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Harness the full potential of light field technology with the Lytro Platform.
Now, individuals or companies can explore light field technology with the Lytro Platform to unlock new applications, develop innovative real-world solutions and create richer content.
There are two options available through the Lytro Platform: Lytro Power Tools (LPT) and the Lytro Development Kit (LDK). In the future, we will release more ways to take light field technology to a whole new level as part of the Lytro Platform.
Lytro Power Tools
Lytro Power Tools are a set of command line utilities that make light field exploration directly accessible through a Lytro camera, allowing unprecedented level of creative control and flexibility for users.
Developed for artists, developers and researchers, or anyone who is interested in experimenting with light field imagery using a Lytro camera, LPT provides full access for complete control at every step – from raw light field data to Living Pictures to animation. By turning our existing product into a platform, the light field community can now explore new uses, create richer content and take the technology to a whole new level.
Lytro Power Tools Beta is available to all ILLUM users.
Lytro Power Tools 1.0.0b0 (2015-08-18) for Windows (9.3 MiB, 5,310 hits)
Lytro Power Tools 1.0.0b0 (2015-08-18) for Mac (11.9 MiB, 3,701 hits)
Lytro Development Kit
The Lytro Development Kit* (LDK) provides imaging researchers with the highest degree of control of Lytro’s advanced light field capture devices and processing software engine. It paves the path for deeper partnerships with technical R&D teams and enterprises in new undiscovered scientific territories with access to a dedicated prototyping board, sensor, C-mount lens and focal plane shutter.
* Actual Lytro Development Kit may differ from the illustration shown.
Lytro Development Specifications
The Lytro Development Kit (LDK) provides imaging researchers with the
highest degree of control of Lytro’s advanced light field capture devices
and processing engine. It paves the path for deeper partnerships with
technical R&D teams and enterprises in new undiscovered scientific
territories with access to a dedicated prototyping board, sensor, C-mount
lens and focal plane shutter.
Included in the Kit
Toshiba 41 mp sensor
MLA adhered to sensor
C-mount lens (f/2.0)
Focal plane shutter
Graphin 1000-4U system
On Camera Scripts:
Focus Sweep, Zoom Sweep
Unpack / Pack Process
Minimum System Requirements
64-bit Windows® 7 or
64-bit Windows® 8
Intel® HD Graphics 4000 or better
Mac OS® X 10.8.5 or better
8 GB RAM
Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo or better
Intel® HD Graphics 4000
(Only for light field LFP tool & Lytro Illum)
One USB 3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ports required
Python interpreter access
Python® wrappers for essential camera operations
Standard Python® libraries
Lytro Desktop Tools
Designed for pictures taken with LYTRO ILLUM
Compatible with pictures taken with First Generation Lytro Camera
Specification of adjustable parameters
Generation of single image in animation
Examples of LDK Use Cases
Experiment with light field capture leveraging dedicated prototyping board.
Control sensor for multiple use case generation (Cropping, Skipping, Binning, ISO control)
Generate live view
Capture still images
Access advanced controls in Lytro’s Light Field Processing tool
C-mount Enclosure Dimensions
Graphin enclosure – 155 * 155 * 45 mm
C-mount body( not including lens) – 75 * 75 * 37 mm
1 inch * 32 thread pitch lens C – mount
Enclosure for 41mp sensor, Shutter & Heatsink assembly
Shutter Control & Graphin Interface Adapter PCB
Tilt support for 41 mp sensor
1/4 – 20 mount
Black Anodized finish
Pricing & Availability
Available for purchase starting at $20,000 from Lytro. To explore how the Lytro
Platform could support your organization, visit http://Lytro.com/platform.
View original PDF:
Lytro Development Kit Data Sheet (581.3 KiB, 1,013 hits)
A copy of Lytro's LDK Data Sheet, downloaded on 05.02.2015