[LINK] Lytro "light field" camera - microlenses enable focuschanges afterwards
tomk at unwired.com.au
Fri Oct 21 16:25:23 AEDT 2011
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> [mailto:link-bounces at mailman.anu.edu.au] On Behalf Of Robin Whittle
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> enable focuschanges afterwards
> I think is really interesting:
Agreed, at last a use for the NBN.
What this will do to pixel sizes in movies will be sinful. Imagine being
able to focus on different elements of the movie. AVATAR 3D IMAX was 228
GB per second. Adding the pixels necessary for a depth of field from
(let say) 16 mm to 72 mm will add about 56 pixels x 3 to the power of 3
to each pixel.
I guess that's the end of file sharing - but it also suggest that
Governments planned 1 Gbps may not be sufficient.
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