It's almost time to forget everything you ever knew about photography
Lytro's light field camera is certainly one of the more creative photograph tools we've seen in recent years, but so far Mac users have been the only ones able to process its unique photos. That all changes today — Lytro just released desktop software for Windows so Microsoft users can now download and process images from the camera.
Lytro creator and CEO, Ren Ng, has announced that he will be stepping down to focus on product development and strategy.
- Toshiba to take on Lytro with refocusing smartphone camera Dec 27, 2012, 5:25am EST
- Lytro adds 3D-like perspective shifting and filters to its light field images Nov 15, 2012, 6:59pm EST
- Lytro adds manual controls as its camera hits stores worldwide Oct 9, 2012, 11:00am EDT
- Lytro inks retail deals with Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and international distributors Sep 25, 2012, 8:00am EDT
Lytro's light field camera has undergone FCC testing, including the requisite tear-down process which has revealed a surprise inclusion.
Lytro won't confirm a cellphone camera partnership, but a new book, Inside Apple, reveals that Steve Jobs met with Lytro CEO Ren Ng and discussed how the two companies could work together in the future.