This researcher created an algorithm that removes the water from underwater images


  1. Selva Özkal

    Selva Özkal19 時間 前


  2. Selva Özkal

    Selva Özkal19 時間 前

    Turkey proud of you Derya Akkaynak 🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷

  3. TheStriker40

    TheStriker40日 前

    All you need is a kodak CC30r filter and it will take out all the blues and greens out of your pics and need for a complicated computer program.

  4. Meliha Çağla Kara

    Meliha Çağla Kara3 日 前

    birinin sonunda bunu yaptığını görmek güzel! helal olsun!

  5. Stephen Dixon

    Stephen Dixon4 日 前

    Stunningly brilliant!

  6. Ruub

    Ruub4 日 前

    Instagram has this "algorithm" built in already since long ago, but they named it "filters" rather than "see through" 😂

  7. Bill McGonigle

    Bill McGonigle5 日 前

    Nice. If you can create a training set of a couple thousand images we can train a neural network to do a very passable job on images without the colorchecker in the image.

  8. Aug24th

    Aug24th5 日 前

    The most weird thing about this is, that this actually only came up now. In 2019. O.o How the hell didn't adobe invest in this kind of thing. Seems so easy. Of course, considering you know what you are doing. Amazing idea. Hope she will get paid for this enough and not being bought by adobe or others.

  9. varmint

    varmint6 日 前

    How long till they have it in video? It would be weird to see sharks just floating.

  10. BobFronk

    BobFronk6 日 前

    Run it on Finding Nemo

  11. Chulani

    Chulani6 日 前

    What the hell. I can't believe this has many negative comments. She has done an amazing job. She had created this for researchers and scientists who do research on underwater life and not for those losers who can't even grasp the importance of this

  12. Dareal Prince

    Dareal Prince6 日 前

    a slide show would have been much better smh. so many unnecessary scenes

  13. maattttt07

    maattttt077 日 前

    Like a filter?!🤷‍♂️

  14. Matthew Martin

    Matthew Martin8 日 前

    Very cool!

  15. jeff rinses

    jeff rinses8 日 前

    Can you make me disappear as I'm ready to end it?

  16. Paul Neilson

    Paul Neilson8 日 前


  17. D R

    D R9 日 前

    1.2K people are cunts

  18. Nunya Bizness

    Nunya Bizness9 日 前

    So, the chart with known color values is put in frame to provide the algorithm with the info needed to "back out" the effects of diffusion. It's (in effect) the same as using a sheet of clean white paper to reset the white balance on a DSLR before a photo shoot... just using more colors to finely tune the adjustment. Bravo! Sometimes the best inventions aren't totally new, just a new take or application of an existing idea!

  19. Royal L

    Royal L9 日 前

    Abla helal olsun sana. Başlar!

  20. Andrea Filippozzi

    Andrea Filippozzi9 日 前

    It is called “white balance”, If you are an underwater photographer you should know this. I don’t see anything new

  21. Rusty Woodpecker

    Rusty Woodpecker9 日 前

    She should have a talk to President Trump so they can combine an algorithm to "drain the swamp." 😲🤣🇦🇺

  22. KAli FA

    KAli FA9 日 前

    The government won't allow this. They're afraid mankind will discover strange secrets in the ocean

  23. Rajadhi Rajan Petta Velan

    Rajadhi Rajan Petta Velan10 日 前


  24. tomislav s

    tomislav s10 日 前

    Researcher spent 4 years creating algorithm that does same job as my finger in Photoshop in a mater od seconds

  25. KK Foto

    KK Foto9 日 前

    not really

  26. britshell

    britshell10 日 前

    .... ok so they discovered color grading...

  27. Cali 6311

    Cali 631110 日 前

    Remarkable 👌🏽🏖🌊

  28. Ryan Vickers

    Ryan Vickers10 日 前

    This honestly just looks like setting the white balance properly. I've got photos from aquariums that look just like the before and after just by doing that.

  29. Rodolfo Dávila

    Rodolfo Dávila10 日 前

    This is just color correction, that chart is actually a color checker and is used in filmaking, the computer knows the colors of that chart so when you upload the image to the program, it kind of automatically matches the colors of the image to the colors of the chart, thats why the images is corrected that way.

  30. Joel Abraham

    Joel Abraham11 日 前

    this researcher color-corrected images - now your skateboard hovers! thank you science!

  31. strider

    strider11 日 前

    genius woman invents photoshop color correction? what?

  32. KK Foto

    KK Foto9 日 前

    @gracefool The video is not clear in many aspects, which leads to simplistic interpretations. And the actual scientific paper on the method is too complex for most people. I don't understand half of it, but I'm pretty sure it's not even close to anything we do with Photoshop or Lightroom :)

  33. gracefool

    gracefool9 日 前

    @KK Foto good point, it uses distance too. If she's really just using the color palette for checking, then cool - it doesn't seem clear from the video.

  34. KK Foto

    KK Foto9 日 前

    All them silly scientists are no match for you guys. The method uses photogrammetry to implement a pixel by pixel distance dependent correction that includes scattering parameters and color attenuation. The color chart plays no role in the process. It is used only to check the results.

  35. gracefool

    gracefool10 日 前

    @strider yeah you're right. All she does is place a color reference in the shot.

  36. strider

    strider10 日 前

    @gracefool uh, it's basically a filter. What do you mean?

  37. mrtrex01

    mrtrex0111 日 前

    So glad I went to school to be part of this AI explosion.

  38. Brett Moore

    Brett Moore11 日 前

    NASA is so grateful

  39. gonnahavemesomefun

    gonnahavemesomefun11 日 前

    And now it's an app on the AppStore.

  40. SikConVicTioN

    SikConVicTioN11 日 前

    This is what happens when hippies stop smoking and go to college

  41. Reon Eade

    Reon Eade11 日 前

    Not taking away your brilliant work but they been using that algorithm in NASA space videoes for 40 years

  42. SqueakyChairProductions

    SqueakyChairProductions12 日 前

    This would be very cool for shipwreck diving! WOW this is cool!

  43. Bill Oxford

    Bill Oxford12 日 前

    ummm not so fast

  44. Engie Man

    Engie Man12 日 前

    Helal len Derya

  45. Goomer

    Goomer12 日 前

    Remarkable, must be some trade offs.

  46. Nino Romello

    Nino Romello12 日 前