Scientists: Police can identify suspects' faces from victims' eyes

Rob Jenkins and a team of scientists at the University of York's Department of Psychology have demonstrated that people can recognize a suspects' face reflected in a victims's cornea 80 percent of the time: » 12/30/13 1:14pm 12/30/13 1:14pm

Let's See If This Is Really the iPhone 5

Team, we're getting very close to iPhone 5 time. You can smell it by the rumors. In fact! Just now 9to5Mac posted a picture of what they say might be the next iPhone. Only one way to be sure: ENHANCE! » 7/28/11 4:43pm 7/28/11 4:43pm

This Video Will Further Ruin Crime TV Shows for You

After seeing this clip I have decided to never watch another CSI-style TV show again. I just can't possibly do that after having such a ridiculous parody video hit so close to home. » 1/30/11 9:41pm 1/30/11 9:41pm

Anyone Can Have A Digitally Enhanced Body Now

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If you dislike the way you look on video, a new kind of image-manipulation software could make you feel better about yourself. » 10/09/10 10:00am 10/09/10 10:00am

Implausible Digital Forensics in TV and Film: A Medley

Pull up the security footage from sector 4B. Unsharp mask. Zoom. Gaussian blur. Undo gaussian blur. Lasso tool. Adjust contrast. Reduce noise. Filter. Zoom. X-Ray. Enhance. Enhance. Enhance. Enhance. [Enhance] » 12/18/09 10:26am 12/18/09 10:26am