Lytro built one of the world’s most interesting cameras, pioneering a new approach to capturing images that enabled users to refocus an image after it was captured. For all its novelty, Lytro had difficulty convincing photographers to buy into the concept and following a round of layoffs and an infusion of new capital, the company is trying its hand at something new, though closely related: cinematic virtual reality.
Lytro’s push into VR involves a new camera and an end-to-end system that will process virtual reality videos and output them for viewers like the Oculus. The system, dubbed Immerge, consists …read more
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