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[Windows] Love photographing but hate the blur? Magically deblur photos with Blurity

Posted By Locutus On September 16, 2012 @ 1:45 AM In Windows | 4 Comments

[1]The future is here! Instead of coming in the form of hoverboards and hovercars, however, it came in the form of magic: the magic to unblur blurry photographs. For many years, computer scientists have been coming up with algorithms to deblur photographs, but none of them ever made it into a commercial product. Now, there are two programs with the deblur feature built-in. There’s the $700 Photoshop [2], or the free-with-upgrade Blurity.

Blurity feels like it’s magic. Watch this short video, created by the developer, that shows off the deblur capabilities:

One thing to note with Blurity is that it does not fix the less-common focus blur. It only fixes motion blur, created when you move your camera while it’s taking a picture. This is great, as that’s the majority of what causes blurs: taking photos in low lighting.

The basic version of Blurity is free. This leaves a watermark on the deblurred image when previewing or exporting. The full version, which doesn’t leave the rather large and aggressive wattermark, is $39. If you are constantly messing up photos with blur, Blurity is an amazing tool, and definitely one you should consider buying.

Price: $39, or free with watermark

Version discovered: v1.2.123

Supported OS: Windows XP+, OS X 10.6.8+

Download size: 35.5MB

VirusTotal malware scan results: N/A — file too big

Portability: Requires installation

Blurity homepage [3]


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[1] Image: http://dottech.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Blurity.png

[2] $700 Photoshop: http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2011/10/adobe-demos-amazing-deblurring-tech-new-video.html

[3] Blurity homepage: https://www.blurity.com/

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