Panono

Show me the future

Illustrations: Tom Mackinger

Discover new photgraphic experiences. We show you three recent developments you haven’t seen before.

Who’d have thought 20 years ago that one day we’d take photos with our phones. What’s next? Balls, light-field cameras and transparent displays. The evolution of photography that changes our way of taking pictures.

See-through-camera

SEE-THROUGH

The days when photographers could hide behind their camera are over. Thanks to the transparent displays made by companies including Samsung and LG, snapper and subject now stand eye to eye. All we need now is an invisible camera.

Lytro light-field camera

SHARP FOCUS

The new Lytro light-field camera was invented for those who want to focus on more than one thing at a time. It can shift focus in an image after it has been taken. You see the refocusing on the screen. Now that is clever.

Panono

IT’S A TOSS-UP

Take pics like those on Google Street View. The Panono ball camera has 36 small, integrated lenses, which means it has an eye on everything. It will take some getting used to; good motor skills are needed. You throw it in the air, and it does the rest.

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