Important Update for Lytro Owners with 3D Needs
This July 2015, Lytro releases massive updates for its ILLUM camera and associated desktop software. The update provides a number of new interactive and editing features designed to make the light field photography workflow more intuitive.
In its Lytro Desktop 4.3 update, Lytro has sped up importing of images, included the ability to edit an image’s depth map, included a 3D stereoscopic side-by-side image animation, included the ability for lenticular printing and enabled native image editing in Adobe Photoshop.
With Side-by-side 3D and VR Google in Mind
The two new exporting options are also an impressive addition, as Lytro’s value in the virtual reality world are becoming more evident. The new 3D stereoscopic side-by-side image animation enables you to export stereoscopic side-by-side 3D animations directly from Lytro Desktop, which can then be played in virtual reality devices such as Google Cardboard or Samsung Gear VR, powered by Oculus.
Lenticular 3D Too
Lenticular printing automatically exports a series of images with a specified focus range for the creation of full color 3D prints through a lenticular print vendor.
Source: Imaging Resource.