We have all shot our share of bad, blurred images. Dim light stretches shutter speeds and our subsequent handheld images look like we’ve consumed far too many Jello shots. (That’s just a theoretical statement, of course.) Automated deblurring of such shaky images by inferring the camera movement that created the blur directly from the image has been in lab development but never appeared as a mass-market product. Well, it’s still not a product but Adobe has provided a sneak peek of a remarkable Photoshop plugin that does the job.
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This is exactly the kind of app that drives rapid multicore adoption: it delivers a function people really want and it needs a lot of processing bandwidth to work its magic.