Lens deblurring is an application of CRISP that corrects optical aberrations. This enables sharper, more detailed photos.

Additionally, this empowers flexibility in lens design that can be used to reduce the cost and/or the number of lenses. This approach can also be used to improve camera production yield.

 
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    Image capture d With CRISP deblurring

Mobile camera, 8-megapixel sensor (Image cropped to visualize details)


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    Image Capture d With CRISP deblurring

Mobile camera with damaged lens, 8-megapixel sensor (Image cropped to visualize details)


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    Image Capture (damaged lens) ccc With CRISP deblurring

Mobile camera with damaged lens, 8-megapixel sensor (Image cropped to visualize details)


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    Image Capture Wood With CRISP deblurring

Mobile camera with damaged lens, 8-megapixel sensor (Image cropped to visualize details)

Benefits

BetterPictures-(2)
Devices can capture clearer pictures with existing optics.

ThinnerCameras
Flexible lens design can be used to reduce the weight and z-height of a camera module, making for a thinner device.
CheaperOptics-(2)The quantity and quality of the optical elements needed is diminished, allowing manufacturers to obtain similar or better results at a lower cost.
Higher-Yield300xCorrecting optical aberrations in camera modules leads to higher manufacturing yields.