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Adobe sneak peeks amazing "de-blurring" plug-in for Photoshop

Published on : October 11, 2011
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By Vincent Rice | 16:53 October 11, 2011

Adobe showed what it calls a "sneak peek" of some technology at last week's MAX conference, that may or may not make its way into a future version of Photoshop (we're pretty sure it will). It's a method for de-blurring photographs by analyzing them and constructing the motion path that the camera lens followed to create the original blur. Using some highly advanced magic, the resulting blur can then be removed to an impressive degree - blurred text, for instance, becomes readable.

The algorithm seems to work on low resolution phone pics just as well. Now, when they say "enhance that section right there" in just about every modern police procedural TV show, it might actually mean something.

Peter Elst captured the "sneak peek" presentation in this video: click here

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