Adobe has developed a new prototype filter that will deblur your images after they’re taken. Simply put, it “calculates the speed at which an inept snapper’s hands were wobbling, then digitally ‘removes’ the shake from a photograph, restoring it to pristine sharpness.” Video after the break.

The process is near-instant, particularly with small image files. The software analyses blurred files for what Adobe terms a ‘blur kernel’ – a mathematical recreation of the motion that caused the image to be blurred.

[via DailyMail]