Guess what? The Lytro has a secret Wi-Fi chip

The pioneering light field camera gets its wireless feature unlocked today alongside a new iOS app

So that clever Lytro light field camera you bought? Turns out it has a dormant Wi-Fi chip inside.

Today Lytro revealed that a firmware update will be switching this hitherto secret feature on, meaning the camera can wirelessly communicate with an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running a new app.

Lytro Mobile app also announced

Lytro Mobile app

The free app, Lytro Mobile, is available today at the iTunes App Store. It lets you preview and upload photos to, Twitter and Facebook via Wi-Fi or your phone’s data connection. You can also email or text shots to friends, and the app features popular and recent “living pictures” from other users as well as tips for taking better images.

The camera is available in the following countries: the US, Canada, Australia, Singapore or Hong Kong. In Singapore, it's priced at $648 for the 8GB model and $778 for 16GB. 

[Via Lytro blog]