found this link at eric’s journal:
this is the coolest thing i’ve ever seen!
a group of stanford students developed the prototype of a digital camera that allows to digitally refocus the whole image *after* you’ve taken a picture.
and it allows (minor) changes in perspective.
it’s called light field plenoptic camera. what makes this camera so special – for what i understand – is a microlense array between the actual lense and the sensor.
go check out the information video, it’s stunning!
93 tadamm tadamm! :razz: