In the movies, a pixilated blur becomes a sharp clear photograph in just a few key strokes. How do they do this?
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If the police really could enhance photographs as they do in the movies, they'd show us much clearer images of wanted criminals caught by CCTV cameras. They cannot, though. Films and television series, however, show us a different sci-fi modern world in which all you need is a computer that goes beep, and you can instantly see a sharp recognisable image. We may get there one day, but we are not there yet.
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