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[filmscanners] Re: NASA software - was Ice cubed



At 05:17 20/02/02 -0800, Art wrote:
>About a year ago, I saw a NASA website which was showing some filter or
>plug-in they had written that seemed to pull amazing information from
>images that seems almost obscured by smoke, lack of light, over or under
>exposure, etc.  They were over sharpened, from my perspective, but the
>coding for the contrast balancing and ability to lift detail out of
>something that looked like a nearly meaningless image was truly amazing.
>
>I don't know if this technology is anything like what ASF came up with,
>but if it is, its pretty mind-blowing stuff.


It took a few minutes to scan the archives but this was probably it....

>From: "Espen Rekdal" <espen.rekdal@ifm.uib.no>
>To: <uw-photo@world.std.com>
>Subject: Digital enhancement software.
>Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2001
>
>To all of you digital fanatics, here is the software NASA promises will
>revolutionize the digital camera owners' picture quality.
>
>http://dragon.larc.nasa.gov/retinex/pao/news/
>
>Judge for your selves...


Sorry I have not tried the URL to see if it is still valid.
I have to say I was also blown away with the startling results they
obtained with their software.

Kindest regards,
Neville Skinner.

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