Adobe Demos Photo Unblurring At MAX 2011

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karthikmns writes with word of an amazing demo presented last week at Adobe’s annual MAX convention. You’ll have to watch the video, but the enthusiastic crowd reaction seems genuine (or at least justified), even in an audience full of Photoshop enthusiasts, as photographs are algorithmically deblurred. (Maybe in the future, cameras will keep records of their own motion in metadata to assist such software efforts, rather than relying on in-built anti-shake software.) No word about when this will turn up for consumers in anything besides demo form, but I suspect similar software’s already in use at Ft. Meade and Langley.

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