Last year I came across a news report that introduced a new camera company named LYTRO. Lytro was not entering the field to compete against the camera giants (Canon, Sony, Kodak, or Nikon) with the same technology. Lytro was introducing a completely new technology. The new technology would change how the consumer views the camera, experiences the picture taking process, and how they interact with the finish product. One of my facebook friends recently posted the Lytro website link and to my surprise the camera was finally released. The Lytro camera is not your standard camera; it has a square tube shape, therefore it also has a square picture format, and they have added interactivity with your images. Lytro’s breakthrough technology captures the entire light field, unlike traditional cameras, which only capture a single plane. This allows you to refocus your picture after the fact with a single touch, either on the camera or on your desktop. Take a look at the example below.