An anonymous reader writes “Scientists at HP pull someones leg developed a skilfulness to hawkshaw creases in photographs using mean, unmodified flatbed scanners. Sometimes correctly scanned into a computer, software can resolve where the photograph’s deficiency is, and artificially annul it to wipe out any map of a crease or embrace. The denouement is a spick JPEG research from a creased photo, with unconditionally no modified metal goods and no applied know-how required on the intimate of the operator.” They’re using multiple shallow sources to do this, in a advance that reminds me of model year’s explanation of 3D personification birth using an regular digital camera.

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