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Lytro Company, founded by Ren Ng from Stanford University, is commercializing plenoptic photography. It’s a photo of the light field when matrix with the help of micro lens system fixes not a 2D image but full information of the scene light field — you can focus such images right after the shooting, and photos taken by this camera allow you to get a stereo image. The first Lytro camera looked more like a cute toy and shots quality was not that high. After rendering it into a 2D image its resolution was just a few mega pixels.

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The most interesting projects of electronic devices have been introduced lately. Electronic devices we could only dream about before. For example, a modular smartphone Project Ara should be introduced in 2015 by Google.

Also, one of these days information about a project of a “compound: smartphone” with three displays showed up on the Web. The displays – e-Paper, a flexible “electronic paper” by the PaperFold Company.

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Amazon Dash — new gadget from Amazon to simplify online shopping. Now you don't have to choose products from huge catalogs. It's a 6.375x1.125 inches tool, which easily fits in your hand and boasts a built-in microphone and barcode scanner allowing you to quickly add items to your shopping cart. Just speak into it or scan a pack of toilet paper and the wand will immediately send that product to an online store via Wi-Fi.

Amazon Dash

Amazon Dash is tied to the same day grocery delivery service AmazonFresh. But you can also buy products from regular Amazon.com. Once the products were added to your account, you can view the list on your desktop or mobile device to purchase and schedule delivery.

Amazon Dash

There is a free registration to test new gadget, but unfortunately you have to have Amazon Dash invitation code.

I'm curious, will Amazon give Dash for free, so people buy more and more? Do you think the device worth it?