First of all, here are some announcements re: the paradigm-shifting Lytro camera:
- Lytro camera adds perspective shift, interactive filters — from pcworld.com by John Mello Jr.
- Lytro, the radical camera startup, introduces phase two — from fastcodesign.com by Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan
Lytro unveils amazing new editing and sharing tools, but what’s even more clever is their product development strategy.
- Lytro Perspective Shift — from coolhunting.com by Greg Stefano
Get creative with two new features that will change how you photograph
- Lytro gives a sneak peek of Perspective Shift and Living Filters — from petapixel.com by Michael Zhang
- Perspective Shift Gallery: http://pictures.lytro.com
- Living Filters Gallery: https://pictures.lytro.com/lytroweb/stories/83282
- The Lytro camera Learn Page: https://www.lytro.com/learn
- For an overview of Perspective Shift, check out this video: Perspective Shift Video: http://youtu.be/qHso9uLc8Dg
Secondly, here is my key question/reflection:
I wonder if this same type of thing could be done with digital video? What if you could take a video of a symphonic band and could zoom in on whichever section (strings, brass, percussion, etc.) that you wanted to? Or zoom in on strings on the first play through, percussion on the second play through, etc.