Scan your old printed photos and bring them back to life

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Jeff Andersen
Jeff Andersen@jeffandersen · Co-founder @ManifoldCo
Are there any real examples of the tech in use and not illustrations (on their site, in the video trailer) or contrived examples (on their blog)?
Michael Ionita-Ganea
Michael Ionita-Ganea@mizi · Business Development
Cool app. If you have printed photos (from a party or family albums) this for you.
Reinald Freling
Reinald FrelingHunter@rfreling · Founder of CocoaMail
Unfade has been TechCrunched => http://techcrunch.com/2016/05/25... Maybe worth a hunt @bentossell ?
Melanie Amini
Melanie Amini@themelamini · Founder Discovering Coffee & GossipMedia
@rfreling it's already been hunted. why does @bentossell need to hunt it again?
Kevin Raposo
Kevin Raposo@kevin_raposo
Unfade was on KnowTechie! http://knowtechie.com/unfade-ios...
Sarthak Grover
Sarthak Grover@sarthakgrover · Consumer Tech 
I have tried out some 'scan-your-physical-photo' apps in the past and didn't have a good experience, specially with the auto-cropping. This looks promising (wonder if it does auto-alignment besides cropping too?) and might save another step of 'un-fading' your old pics which could go either ways but this definitely provides the convenience factor. Will wait to see some reviews.
Tristan Pollock
Tristan PollockHiring@writerpollock · Venture Partner at 500 Startups
@sarthakgrover agreed here. What makes this service better?
Michael Stache
Michael StacheMaker@michaelstache · Head of Design
@writerpollock @sarthakgrover Our auto-cropping works really well and we're constantly making it better. We have lots of experience from the development of the Scanbot document scanning app. The best about Unfade is that we're doing non-destructive editing. With this you can always change the filter or wait and see how we approve filters ;)
Hans Gerwitz
Hans Gerwitz@gerwitz · Founder, The Artificial
I can't vouch for Unfade, but have been very impressed with Scanbot versus its competition. I would bet on this team making a difference in the photo-scanning space.