Thanks Mike for sharing. I find this to be very exciting simply because we
can't even imagine what it means, or what kind of stuff can be created with
it.

I'm sure the focusing interface will be very, very uninspiring for
experimental videomakers. And the whole system won't have as many options as
we would like. It'll probably be a Final Cut Pro X kind of thing but who
knows? I'm wondering what would happen if one broke the 'lens'...

Maybe we need some frameworkers who know how to rewrite this kind of
software for 'our' purposes. (I always dreamed of a Final Cut re-made by an
experimental videomaker.)

If anybody you know makes any single-frame video (or even a test) with this
thing, I'm very interested to see... I assume it doesn't shoot video (yet).



Yoel



On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 9:03 PM, Sandra Maliga <neor...@maliga.com> wrote:

>
>
> > Isnt it easier just to focus? Or are people becoming so lazy that...?
>
> Seems to me it is just a matter of where and when you make your
> decisions.   Different styles and approaches in different situations
> call for different equipment. A light field camera is an option not a
> requirement.
>
>
> > Wonder what is next? Framing?
>
>   we already can reframe when editing
>
>
> > "As for focusing, we let our cameras do that for us".
>
> No you do it when editing.
>
>  _Sandy
>
>
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