Microsoft now deblurring imagery in Bing Maps

A few years, Microsoft Research developed a method to deblur images captured from a camera. ¬†While it was intended for consumer photography, they’re now using it to help improve the image quality in Bing Maps.

Anything to help improve aerial image quality is a good thing, and this appears to make a noticeable difference in the image quality.

(via SlashGear)


  1. Is it a high pass filter? It looks like it, or they just neglected to blur the image to obscure detail. *ha*

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