Lytro is shutting down, but some employees may head to Google
Rumor has it Mountain View paid $40 million for the company and its tech.
After Math: Business as usual
The stable genius strikes again.
Google is reportedly acquiring Lytro for around $40 million
The light field camera/VR company had been valued at $360 million.
Lytro shuts down its multi-focus photo sharing platform (updated)
It's officially out of the consumer camera business.
Lytro's first pro movie camera is designed for visual effects magic
Lytro Cinema's light field tech kills the need for green screens.
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Lytro enters the world of professional VR video with the Immerge
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