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Startup Lytro's camera shoots first, focuses later

from San Jose Business Journal

A Silicon Valley startup came out of stealth with $50 million in venture backing and a camera technology that lets users refocus pictures after they have been shot. Mountain View-based Lytro Inc. uses technology developed at Stanford University for "light field cameras" that it said it will begin selling later this year. The cameras contain a new light field sensor that captures the color, intensity and direction of every light ray. Software in the camera then processes the picture into a picture file that can be focused anywhere in the photo that the user wants, long after it is shot. more

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