In article <ue1n9n$4lc$1...@reader2.panix.com
>, danny burstein
> >It did make me wonder how or if AI could be used to simulate such a thing,
> >but not sure how it could be done
> >for reducing reflections.
> I can see (IswIdt) some ways in which image processing
> of multiple, slightly different angle photos, could
> be combined in sugh a way as to "figure out" what parts
> of each image are "glare" and eliminate them. But I'm
> not aware of any system available to The Great Unwashed
> handles that.
maybe not glare (yet), but ai is here.
Samsung is hoping to talk its way out of a controversy over its
camera processing technology. The company has shared an explanation
of the Moon photo detection system it has used since the Galaxy S21.
If you have Scene Optimizer turned on, AI detects when you're taking
a clear photo of the Moon at 25X zoom or above. The tech lowers the
brightness, captures multiple frames (to produce a bright, low-noise
picture) and uses a neural network to enhance the detail using a
high-resolution reference image for comparison.