MIT researchers develop algorithm to remove reflections from photos shot through glass



When taking photographs through glass, there’s almost always the problem of reflections. Of course, you could avoid shooting through glass in the first place, but that’s not always possible.

MIT researchers are looking to rid the world of unwanted reflections though, with a new algorithm that’s capable of removing reflections from an image captured through glass.

The algorithm is based on the premise that almost all photographs shot through double-paned glass have two separate images: one of the subject matter actually being…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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