This right here is a the before and after of a digital camera picture run through a deblur filter. Now, maybe that’s a best-case scenario being used for a tech demo, but (1) technology like this only gets better, never worse, and (2) even if it is, holy crap.
The obvious next steps you can infer from seeing that are that it will be possible to do it frame by frame in video soon, so you’ll be able to get a reasonably crisp video just by pointing your camera at the most important thing you can find and clicking record. So we’re not far from postprocessing being able to, if not actually “zoom in and enhance”, then stabilize and clarify even crap-phone handheld video.
But the other thing is, how many shaky-handed, not-quite-in-focus pictures have you got archived? I don’t know about you but I’ve got thousands, and in not too long I’m going to be able to point my entire photo collection at this thing and let it run for a month, just to see what comes out the other side. Odds are pretty good that there’s some gems in there that I’ll be able to recover; you could probably do this to scans of old film, too.
If that’s not an object lesson on the value of keeping 100% of your data, I don’t know what is. Never delete anything, you never know what wonders the future will have for you.