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New Program Enables Deblurring Of Photos - A new program invented by Vladimir Yuzhikov enables the fixing of blurred photos.

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Here is a photo that has been de-blurred by the app.

A new programme for Windows called SmartDeblur claims to be able to improve blurry photos.

The app enables you to deblur a blurry photo, whether the blur was created by movement or focussing issues.

Even though the app sometimes doesn't fully make the picture crystal clear, and there are clear vector lines on the picture, the results are still a vast improvement.

The program can regain an impressive amount of detail from a blurry photo, and despite its imperfections, the software looks set to become a feature on cameras of the future.

Visit inventor Vladimir Yuzhikov's website here for more information on the app.



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oldblokeh
oldblokeh  2725 forum posts United Kingdom
23 Oct 2012 - 1:36 PM

It certainly gives impressive results with an image where all of if has about the same degree of blurring. Unfortunately, if the image also contains sharp detail, that detail is lost/distorted. I'm sure improved algorithms are on the way, though, that could preserve sharp areas.

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