[Tig] Super resolution processing...
jdhouston at earthlink.net
Fri Aug 3 18:55:49 BST 2012
If you look at the original paper, you can see the level of cropping they are doing.
I'm sure they also used a cheap camera, and zoomed in, a lot of point and shoots
really are this bad. No, users don't delete images even when this bad.
More to the point. They are trying to show a well-known technique that really does
pick up extra details, but in their example by using repetition in the same image. It shows
what it intends to show. It is better though to use super-resolution techniques
based upon adjacent frames if you want an application to the movies.
Any motion based, or image detail repetition algorithms will have artifacts
and you can see some of them even in the small image at the web page.
None of this is that new, there have been papers about it for a decade.
So-called super resolution resampling has also already been used in
production many times. It is a technique buried within some other
very well known tech labels.
On Aug 3, 2012, at 7:15 AM, Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
> While I have little doubt that such techniques are possible, the before and after images in the article look faked to me.
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