Lytro is a US company based in Palo Alto, which launched the world’s first consumer LightField camera in 2011. In Mid-2013, CEO Jason Rosenthal promised “multiple breakthrough products” for 2014, to follow their first-generation Lytro Lightfield Camera.
Illum is the second light field camera by Lytro. It's a professional-grade light field camera and software platform announced on April 22, 2014 . The camera is currently open to pre-orders for 1,499 USD, and scheduled to ship on July 31, 2014.
Camera Type: Portable light field camera
Technology: Lytro Light Field Engine 1.0.
Image sensor: Lytro Light Field Sensor (CMOS1 )
Code Name: Firefly11 ,12 ,13 ,14
Dimensions: 41 x 41 x 112 mm (1.61 x 1.61 x 4.41 in)
Lytro's story is one of success, and it is (so far) also a relatively short one: Founder, Executive Chairman and former CEO Ren Ng started his research in the field of computational photography / LightField imaging in 2003. Within just a few years, he...
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