Future of photography: Imaging by light vector recording.

Started Apr 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
looper1234
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In reply to Joseph S Wisniewski, Apr 9, 2013
You described something that isn't just marketing, to do what you predict, you have to break laws of physics. Physics is pretty unbreakable.

Why is modeling light vectors is impossible ?  which law of physics is broken by collecting light information as vectors and recording them ?

to there is only a finite amount of light at any given location; a constructed model based on the vectors collected would be enough to allow post processing to mimic the effect of traditional cameras within such a space.

i am talking about software aperture, software lens, software shutter speed.

the only difficulty of this process is method of collection, how to construct an accurate model. If your opinion is that this can never be done, or by your own words "physically impossible" than I think the Kodak executive analogy is spot on for you.

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