Computer Algorithm Depixelizes Your 8-bit Graphics

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For those of you who grew up playing video games, surely you would have noticed how far graphics in video games have come over the years. Imagine playing your NES and SNES titles on a High Definition 3DTV, won’t the pixels look all the more pronounced? Well, just like how there seems to be an app for everything, there is also nothing a good computer algorithm cannot fix – and here we are with one which is capable of automatically fixing all those pixels on your behalf, letting Mario look super smooth. Full article…

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