the lytro light field camera has been announced
The lytro is the focus / matrix camera that has a number of different focusing "fields" so after you take a picture you can change the focus.
First - the way it does this is NOT by a "light field" but by having a single very large microlens end in a number of differing length fibers (I have seen an estimate of 11) so 11 end pixels share that light but at differing focus points so you divide up a sensor (I have
seen estimates of 12 MP and 14 MP into a less than 1MP grid of say 11 images - the same image at 11 focus points.
To view the final product you have to upload it to their site (in fact to do any manipulation you need their site) or view on camera (with a 128 x 128 pixel display OR you can do some things on a Macintosh running OS X 10.6 or above and their software (no editing)
You can not print an image
You can not share an image nor email it - all you can do is LINK to it on their site (they are set up to allow facebook links to your pic on their site
This has very limited appeal
You can not even combine any of the 11 images to make for better combined focus, at least not yet, nor have they promised it
What this is, is a toy for teenage girls to post pics on facebook, you know the types, the ones who post their status every two minutes, post tons of music you can't turn off, hundreds of pictures of the same thing that take hours to fully display the page, and garish eye-assaulting colors
The hype just keeps coming
lytro article and some specs here http://www.dpreview.com/articles/7237351494/lytro-light-field-camera-first-look-with-ren-ng