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Google is reportedly buying imaging firm Lytro for $40 million

Lytro is probably most well-known for making visually interesting "light-field" cameras, but it has taken that technology in a different direction more recently. The company is now developing high-end VR capture and processing technology, and Google is reportedly very interested in that. According to TechCrunch, Google is in the process of buying Lytro for $40 million.

Founded in 2006, Lytro shipped its first consumer light field camera in 2012. The square tube-shaped device could capture images with multiple focal points, allowing you to change the focus later.

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