Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Lytro 755 Immerge
I began yesterday writing about the 755 Immerge Lytro camera, and then I went off on a pessimistic rant.
'Sorry about that.
The new Lytro camera does have this interesting ability to capture the vector light rays in a scene in a 3 dimensional mathematically based form and house them in a computer server.
By doing so, film makers, and I believe anyone that needs to work with a 3D image, like a heart surgeon might with a heart, or a brain surgeon, or anyone working in a 3D space will be able to reach in with an editor and remove, quite nicely, anything the media resolves, and replace it with something different.
A flower pot in the scene might become a hair dryer, or a lamp, or a hovering bird.
It will lead to new design advances for architecture, and any construction medium, cellular to landscape and beyond.
Here is a link to TechCrunch, notice that it states the Lytro Immerge system is going to kill the green screen.
Posted by ChBaldwin at 8:14 AM