Turning blurry photos into crystal-clear images has been a staple of bad TV shows for years, but thanks to Adobe, it may soon become reality. As PC World reports, the company demonstrated a rather awe-inspiring motion blur correction technology at the Adobe MAX 2011 conference last week. One attendee grabbed this video of the demonstration:
All of a sudden, I find myself itching to upgrade to the next version of Photoshop—though based on what was said during the presentation, Adobe hasn’t yet confirmed when the blur removal technology will appear in its graphics editing software. Either way, this technology should make everything from trade show photography to salvaging bad phone camera shots much easier.