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Recovering Censored Text Using Photoshop and JavaScript

"A friend recently posted a teaser for a new project he’s working on, but with part of the headline pixelated to obscure what the project actually is. My curiosity got the best of me and I decided to do what any self-respecting geek would do: write a program to figure out what the censored text said.

Ultimately I failed to recover most of the censored text (except “to”), so I had to cheat a little. The following video is the program running on a very similar image I created. This proves it works in ideal conditions, but needs some improvement to work in less than ideal cases." - TLRobinson

This may be useful in busting CAPTCHA's as well.

Read More: http://tlrobinson.net/blog/?p=52


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