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Adobe Multi-Lens Camera

02.26.08   |   Posted in: Art & Design, Tech   |   By: Kellis Landrum
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 News flash gang, the game has changed. We know, you read the headline and thought, “When did Adobe start making cameras?” We scoffed until we saw what this could do and now it all makes sense.

Adobe has put together a multi-lens camera that allows a shot to be taken from multiple angles and depths at the same time. Using a new software prototype both depth of field and camera angle can be adjusted digitally in post production. 

The effect of these multiple angles is an image that has some (albeit limited) 3-D functionality. You can get a better sense of the effect by watching the video above from our friends at techeblog, and a better understanding of the science behind it can be found on popsci.com.  adobe-multi-lense.jpg 

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