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Adobe demos the amazing unblur feature

karthikmns (1524829) writes | more than 2 years ago

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karthikmns (1524829) writes "The pioneer in photo enhancing technologies, Adobe has come up with a ground braking technique. In its MAX 2011 conference, Adobe demoed its new still "under-development" unblur feature drawing a laoud applause from the amazed crowd. The app unblurs the blurred photo in seconds!"
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I'm having trouble... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#37678208)

"The pioneer in photo enhancing technologies, Adobe has come up with a ground braking technique. In its MAX 2011 conference, Adobe demoed its new still "under-development" unblur feature drawing a laoud applause from the amazed crowd. The app unblurs the blurred photo in seconds!"

I'm having trouble getting past the fifth-grade spelling, grammar and syntax. It wouldn't hurt to do a little "braking" on the hyperbole, either.

Re:I'm having trouble... (1)

karthikmns (1524829) | more than 2 years ago | (#37682300)

"The pioneer in photo enhancing technologies, Adobe has come up with a ground braking technique. In its MAX 2011 conference, Adobe demoed its new still "under-development" unblur feature drawing a laoud applause from the amazed crowd. The app unblurs the blurred photo in seconds!"

I'm having trouble getting past the fifth-grade spelling, grammar and syntax. It wouldn't hurt to do a little "braking" on the hyperbole, either.

Appreciate your concern! Thanks for the heads up!

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