My buddy linked me to this interesting project: Camera HACK: DOF-Changeable Photos with an SLR Basically, it's a way to get an image you can click on to change the focus point / Depth of Field similar to the way Lytro images work. But in this case, no specialized camera is used, just a regular video-capable DSLR. In a nutshell the technique is to take a video of the scene, while manually focusing near-to-far on the lens. The software for this project then processes the video to cull out separate frames and composite them into a HTML 5 embedded image with a selectable grid. You click on a square in the grid, and it automatically displays the version of the image with that area in focus. Thought it was kind of neat and some folks here might get a kick out of it.