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Ramesh Raskar, associate professor at the MIT Media Lab

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After doing groundbreaking work in computational photography, the Media Lab researcher has trained his sights on inventing ‘brand new disciplines.’

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In the image on the bottom, the eye is in the foreground and the text is in the background — and both are blurry because the photographer has focused on a point between the two. A new MIT system instead captures multiple images at several focal depths and stitches them into a sharper composite (top).

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The Computer Graphics Group sharpens photographs by capturing multiple low-quality images instead of a single higher-quality image.

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