September 24, 2006
Mona’s from Mars, Photoshop’s from Venus
Photoshop’s use in the sciences has been getting some good press lately:
- Space.com talks about Photoshop being used to bring new data out of 25-year-old Soviet footage from Venus. [Via]
- Wired has a story about scientists analyzing the Mona Lisa’s smile using, among other things, the app’s Gaussian Blur filter. [Via]
- Lockergnome talks about the tools being used to restore a 700-year-old sacred Hindu text.