A light field camera captures colour, intensity and vector direction of the light. It is this added piece of information that allows light field cameras to do something amazing: produce images that allow focus to be changed AFTER the image has been taken. It can also create an image with an “infinite” range of focus so that everything in the image is in focus.
Rotor 360 Camera Concept by Charlie Nghiem
Paris-based designer charlie nghiem has reinterpreted the user interface of the digital camera. Getting rid of buttons all together, a stacked cylinder composed of several rotating parts allows users to choose their settings. when a section is spun, a corresponding line appears on the screen. All the functions are the same, however, accessing it is made simple. the column is also...