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by George Heymann

Scalado “Remove” lets you capture a clear view.

by George Heymann|@techeadlines

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Have you ever wanted to capture a photo in a busy area without capturing a number of strangers in the shot as well? Up till now this has been all but impossible enter Scalado Remove, a technology that automatically highlights and removes any unwanted object from a captured photo. Scalado claims it’s the first Object removal software to be released on a mobile device.

Remove promises to solve this photographic conundrum by detecting and removing unwanted objects by touching the selections on the screen after capturing the image. Imagine capturing a photo and letting the camera remove the unwanted people for you! All of this can be done after the image is captured using post-processing to selectively remove anyone moving around, or select your subject and remove anyone else in the frame.

“After Zero Shutter Lag, Burst, and Rewind Scalado continue leading and changing the capturing landscape by bringing in new unique and needed capturing innovations”, says Fadi Abbas, CMO/VP BizDev and Co-founder of Scalado, -“What differentiate us is the combination of customers who believe in our superiority, leading industry partners and continuous innovations.”

“Our team has been working hard to maintain its leading innovation position in the camera capturing field”, says Sami Niemi, CTO and Co-founder of Scalado, -“Remove shows that our technologies are setting the guidelines for the whole market”.

I can’t wait to try out this innovation for myself, Scalado will premiere Remove at the 2012 Mobile World Conference (MWC) in Barcelona, February 27 to March 1.

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2 Responses

  1. Teobaldo Lantigua says:

    I’m very interested with software like this, please let me know wen it’s available. Thank you.

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