Your typical camera captures all the light coming from one direction: it's basic science. But light doesn't come off of an object in just one direction: it bounces everywhere. This is called "the light field." The camera you own now can't capture that, but the Lytro can.
CES is where the biggest gadget makers come to show off the products they think will revolutionize our world. It's also where the really unusual stuff comes to try and find its niche market. Here are the five strangest things we've seen on the floor so far.
On the second day of CES, the CES Gadget Of The Day Brought To You By Dr Pepper TEN was the Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera. Not only is this a 16 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom and built-in Wi-Fi, but it's also powered by Android, making sharing pictures a snap.
The SPIKE All Access CES Taco Bell Reveal! The Director of Hardware Marketing at Sony Playstation, John Koller, shows off what everyone's been waiting for: the amazing new PlayStation Vita.