Written by: David Heath | Published in: MobilityAs part of the retail launch of the Lytro camera in Australia, a sample has been lodged with the Michaels camera museum in Melbourne.
The $399 Lytro camera is a marvel of imaging technology and it will soon be a whole lot easier to buy. Starting in early October, the novel camera is hitting Amazon.com, BestBuy.com and Target.com, along with select CityTarget stores.
We’ve written numerous posts about the Lytro camera and have done gift guide reviews on it, so we thought — why not give one away? Thanks to Lytro, we have one free 8GB camera to give away.
The Lytro is one of the most sought after cameras out there right now because it’s so different.
We’ve seen an Android-powered 16MP camera from Polaroid, and 3D cameras from HTC and LG. But imagine a camera that can capture the entire light field at once. What good is that? Well, it would allow you to take a picture without worrying about what’s in focus since you could actually focus the picture afterwards.
Featured | Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITLytro’s stunning rectangular shaped “light field” camera that’s famous the world over for letting you refocus photos AFTER you’ve taken them has just introduced its latest innovation: a free perspective shift upgrade for all Lytro users!
Lytro is on a roll. After launching manual controls just last month, the company today release a real treat. The Lytro desktop software just received an update that brings two new features into the mix: perspective shift, which slightly adjusts the perspective of the camera after the picture’s been taken, and living filters.
Apple has been awarded a patent today that describes a system for taking images that can change focus after their capture (via AppleInsider). The tech might sound familiar: Startup Lytro created its light-field camera hardware to accomplish the same thing.
I am using camera API to take picture i have to open camera in different sizes according to my Image view size. I am following the sample project which we get inside Android sdk/sample/adroid-18 at the name "ApiDemo" the thing i have changed is not set camera on setcontentview. I have set the camera on Frame Layout.
My phone si running CM 10.2 and everything works just fine except when I want to rotate my camera (selfie mode) outside the camera app, it does not open the camera app like on Color os you can activate that option.
Is there any options in CM that should be switched on to enable automatic camera app when rotating camera outside camera app ?