Lytro Immerge


The world’s first professional Light Field solution for cinematic VR,
providing true presence for live action VR through six degrees of freedom.


Hallelujah is a Within Original that reimagines Leonard Cohen's most well-known song in virtual reality. Created by Zach Richter, Bobby Halvorson, and Eames Kolar, it is currently featured in a special exhibit, Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything as part of the official program for Montréal’s 375th anniversary celebrations at the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Montréal (MAC) museum.

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Built for the Next Generation of Immersive Storytelling

Break away from the creative limitations of existing tools designed for flat video frames. Lytro Immerge is built from the ground up to seamlessly blend live action and computer graphics (CG) using Light Field data. With configurable capture and playback solutions, it supports a range of new immersive storytelling needs.

  • Camera

    Configurable, dense Light Field camera array with professional cinematic video quality

  • Server

    Storage and processing of Light Field data with ultra high bandwidth direct-to-disk capture

  • Editing

    Seamless blending of CG & live action with Light Field plug-ins for visual effect tools


    Light Field video playback engine for VR headsets/platforms providing true presence through 6DoF


For those who are deaf, music is not just about sound. In this VR experience presented by The New York Times, deaf scholar Rachel Kolb shares her experience of hearing music for the first time after receiving a cochlear implant.