New Apple patent will let you refocus your pictures after you take them

Apple has filed a new patent for a “digital camera including refocusable imaging mode adapter” which essentially means a camera that will let you refocus your pictures after you take them. 

One of our favorite toys here at Cult of Mac is the the Lytro, a bizarre and radically cool digital camera that allows you to refocus your images after you snap them. The Lytro is fairly big — it’s about the size of a small flashlight — and the pictures it outputs are pathetically low-resolution by modern smartphone standards, but the promise is obvious: with the Lytro, you might never take a bad photo again.

What do you think?

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