Adobe hasn’t been wasting its time and has started to develop an anti-blur feature for Photoshop. Yes, we won’t deal with blurred photos anymore from now on! And that’s quite a great piece of news!
Demoed at Adobe’s Max 2011 event, the unblur feature has managed to leave the people in the audience speechless with amazement. And how they had the right to be so! The audience was presented with a blurred photo that was seconds later retouched and brought to perfect clarity.
So, practically this anti-blur feature Adobe’s developing will use advanced algorithms to calculate the movements the camera took when the photo was taken. This will enable the user to remove the blur and thus get a clear picture.
As you can see in the video below, this demonstration shows how a photo taken with a mobile phone can be brought to perfection and clarity. Adobe’s anti-blur feature will sharpen the quality of the photos you’ve taken hastily. Moreover, in the case of the text-based pictures, this feature is also able to reveal more data.
There’s no information related to the release date of this feature but I’m sure many of you are anxious to use it and thus unblur the low-quality pictures!