More speculative camera tech, pt. II

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by RichA, Oct 9, 2013.

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    RichA Guest

    RichA, Oct 9, 2013
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    Martin Brown Guest

    That paper is actually a pretty good demonstration of what is now
    possible with state of the art publicly available deconvolution methods.

    Unlike the Adobe fantasy "unblur" function announcement these look to
    be real deconvolutions of genuine actual data as opposed to simulated
    images of what it might be like if it actually worked.
     
    Martin Brown, Oct 9, 2013
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  3. RichA

    Martin Brown Guest

    That paper is actually a pretty good demonstration of what is now
    possible with state of the art publicly available deconvolution methods.

    Unlike the Adobe fantasy "unblur" function announcement these look to
    be real deconvolutions of genuine actual data as opposed to simulated
    images of what it might be like if it actually worked.
     
    Martin Brown, Oct 9, 2013
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    J. Clarke Guest

    The thing that's bothering me about that paper is that I'm not seeing
    any chromatic aberration in the originals, just blur. Their "simple
    lens" looks like just that, a single lens, not an achromat, so I would
    expect there to be a noticeable degree of chromatic aberration. And I
    am not noting any difference in blur in the "originals" between the
    center and the edges. Maybe I'm just getting cynical in my old age but
    I'm smelling a rat.
     
    J. Clarke, Oct 9, 2013
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