Life-logging continues to be a trend at CES, with more cameras and apps than ever designed to record your daily activities and display them in unique, interactive ways. We went hands-on with Ricoh‘s latest rendition of its 360-degree camera, the Theta S, to see how 360-degree imaging might play into our everyday lives. Currently, it seems 360-degree photos and videos are often limited to sports photographers and travel.
Virtual Reality….quickly becoming the norm…..
This is an really exciting “disruptive technology”
Meet the world’s first multi-aperture computational camera. The Light L16 Camera uses breakthrough optics design with the most advanced imaging engine ever created to give you the control of a DSLR with the convenience of a smartphone. With 16 individual cameras, 10 of them firing simultaneously, the L16 captures the detail of your shot at multiple fixed focal lengths. Then the images are computationally fused to create an incredible high-quality final image with up to 52 megapixel resolution.
Source: Light | Camera