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Adobe plenoptic lenses lets you refocus photographs on your PC

Posted on Saturday, September 25 2010 @ 02:31:01 CEST by

Adobe gave a demonstration of plenoptic lenses, a new technology that uses just a single extra lens and some software to enable you to refocus pictures after the act of taking it. These plenoptic lenses are inserted between your camera's regular lens and its sensor, but unfortunately it seems there are no plans to commercialize this technology anytime soon.
Basically, a plenoptic lens is composed of a litany of tiny "sub-lenses," which allow those precious photons you're capturing to be recorded from multiple perspectives. The result is that you get a bunch more data in your image and an "infinite" depth of field, meaning you can toggle at what distance you want your image to be focused after the act of taking it.

Source: Engadget



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