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Scalado Remove Helps You Un-bomb Your Photobombed Photos

Last year imaging company Scalado showed off an app called Rewind that lets you create perfect group shots by picking out the best faces from a burst of shots and then combining them into a single image. Now the company is back with another futuristic photo app: it’s called Remove, and lets you create images of scenes without the clutter of things passing through (e.g. people, cars, bikes). It works like this: simply snap a photograph, and the app will outline everything that’s moving in the scene with a yellow line. Tap that person or object, and it magically disappears from the scene!

Here’s a demo of the app in action:

No word on when we might start seeing this app available in app stores.

(via SlashGear)


 
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  • Kyoshinikon

    This is old news… Ever heard of the photobomb tool that came with CS5

  • http://www.felipeyang.com Felipe Yang

    Really? I didn’t know CS5 worked that well on mobile phones too.

  • Ndrt

    ever hear of using your brain?

  • Kyoshinikon

    You guys have no sense of humor!   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmpt4T8Hyic

  • http://www.felipeyang.com Felipe Yang

    Got it, not knowing obscure references is lack of humor.

  • Kyoshinikon

    If I don’t know a reference, I google it. You don’t learn if you don’t research…

  • http://www.felipeyang.com Felipe Yang

    A very weak reference that is not even funny from the amount of likes you got versus the amount of questioning. One is a mobile application, one is a desktop application. Nice try though.

  • Jfalks

    RUDE

  • Kyoshinikon

    Your time would be better invested in removing the Laurem Ipsum from your site Felipe…   I could care less that you don’t find it funny or that you don’t bother to google obscure references. Waving around the amount of likes you have doesn’t prove anything.  However the comment by Ndrt was uncalled for…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mirko-Mark/1443336887 Mirko Mark

    The funny thing about the video is, that the HTC Desire HD has no dedicated shutter button. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mirko-Mark/1443336887 Mirko Mark

    The funny thing about the video is, that the HTC Desire HD has no dedicated shutter button. :)