Has anyone yet considered the possibilities of panoramic photography using the Lytro? In principle, it seems possible to stitch multiple "living pictures" together to form large-format, refocusable pictures. This technique could be used to overcome the pixel limitations of the present sensor, and to produce large-scale prints whose focus and depth-of-field is determined in post processing. After reading Ng's dissertation, it also seems possible that light field technology might be able to exploit, rather than be troubled by, the parallax effect that occurs when panoramic pictures are composed without considering the lens nodal point. This could allow handheld panoramas that otherwise are difficult to stitch due to parallax distortion among foreground elements. This parallax effect provides further 3D cues, as well, which might also be exploitable. Although panoramas should be possible using manual panning techniques, even more awesome is the potential of using the Lytro with a GigaPan to produce giga-pixel, virtually-zoomable, refocusable images..