Wow. I don't know how well this actually works, but you have to be impressed with the demo!
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- Reconstruction is the way to future.. (in every form, and platform..:-)Oct 12, 2011
- AWESOME.Oct 13, 2011
- Idk what the big deal is? We've been able to do this for years. Just go to image effects>blur and then CTRL-Z :)Oct 15, 2011
I thought this were already common place, we see it used on even worse or grainier images all the time on cop shows...
From what was shown, it is really impressive, though probably not feasible for video if it takes 5-8 seconds per frame.Oct 16, 2011
- Another thought, I wonder how the de-Blur handles the Gaussian blur most commonly used to obscure faces and text online and on TV...Oct 17, 2011
- Just reversePhotoshop stems from basic (de-)convolution filters and you can still use your own. Just fill in the number you want to use for weighing the surrounding pixels. I think it´s listed under custom filters from the top of my head. I have used custom filters for longer than Photoshop exists and it´s very handy. However for that kind of work Mathlab is much handier.
Focus blur and motion blur (not only of the camera but also of the images in the pictures can be restored if you analyze the vectors. I guess it can be done quite fast in the future if GPU´s are used as it a good subject for parallelism.Oct 19, 2011