- Turns out, the same technology can be used to create 3D videos and animations that work with virtual reality headsets like Google Cardboard.
- Users of the $1299.99 Lytro Illum can export VR video in a new update.
- Turns out, the way light field cameras use an array of micro-lenses is not too different from the arrays of GoPros currently used to make 360-degree video.
Lytro's Light Field Cameras Can Produce 3D VR Video
7. 21. 15 by Kif Leswing