Technology firm Scalado has released information about its latest phone app, Remove, which automatically highlights and removes any unwanted object from a captured photo.
Remove detects, selects and removes unwanted objects, such as people walking into frame, meaning you don't have to spend time manually removing individuals in photo editing software.
It works by quickly taking a series of shots which it analyses to see what objects moved into frame. These shots are then compiled into one image that the user can then edit by clicking on the objects the app highlights in yellow. There are options for objects to be removed automatically too.
Scalado will be showcasing Remove at the 2012 Mobile World Conference in Barcelona.
ePHOTOzine reviewed another app back in October called TouchRetouch that makes it possible for you to remove unwanted content and objects from your photos on the iPhone or iPod Touch. You can read the review here: TouchRetouch iPhone App Review
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