This Ingenious Site Can Seriously Improve the Quality of Your Photographs
Who wouldn't want to improve the quality of their photographs without any particular effort at all, just like a special agent from a Hollywood blockbuster?
Well, now it's possible to do precisely this thanks to the 340-line "neural" code written by Austrian programmist Alex J. Champandard.
The intelligent neuronetwork he's created "works out" the mixing pixels in a low-quality image, raising its resolution on the basis of higher-quality images that already exist.
At present, the ground-breaking technology still can't reveal the faces of criminals caught by low-quality security cameras. But it can cope extremely well with images of 256х256, 320х200, or 128х128 pixels.
The waifu2x neural network operates according to the same principle. It allows you to remove defects from compressed JPEG images that are more than 3000x3000 bytes.