refocusable images of microscope and laser table

March 21, 2012 at 2:51 pm | | hardware

I bought a Lytro camera, which captures the entire depth of field and allows you to refocus a picture after you take it. It accomplishes this by having a microlens array in front of the sensor, which captures information about light rays and angles in the entire field, then the image can be reconstructed in post-processing.

Here are some shots of microscopes and laser tables. Click around on the images to refocus.

















More photos here.

P.S. Sorry I’ve been so absent. Postdoc+baby = no time for blog. :)

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  1. This is awesome i like the pictures thx

    Comment by silvia — March 28, 2012 #

  2. […] (Other photos here.) […]

    Pingback by Everyday Scientist » more lytro pics of lasers — May 23, 2012 #

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