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Nokia, Qualcomm invest in array camera startup

6/13/2013 04:35 PM EDT
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eewiz
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eewiz   6/14/2013 4:50:13 AM
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Refocus-able images! Seems like Lytro camera for mobile. Nice.

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Les_Slater   6/16/2013 11:07:28 AM
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A network of such phones phones would be great for conference calls. Not only could the synthetic optical aperture be expanded but all the microphones and speakers could be put to good use.

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kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   6/17/2013 3:16:49 PM
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That would be incredible. http://bit.ly/IC4m9t

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old account Frank Eory   6/17/2013 4:42:44 PM
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I'm really looking forward to better cameras in mobiles. The smartphone camera is often woefully inadequate, which keeps me carrying my "real camera" to events where photo quality really matters to me.

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