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You finally check off
the Taj Mahal from your bucket list and want to preserve the moment with your
camera. The problem? All those (other) annoying tourists blocking the view.
Adobe says it has a
solution. The people that brought you Photoshop, have created an algorithm to
be adopted by camera makers and cell phone cameras.
It’s called ‘Monument
Mode,’ and when it’s in use it will detect stationary objects – the Taj Mahal
for example – and remove moving objects – that obnoxious family waving selfie
The moving objects will
be removed from the shot – buh-bye selfie family.
The company has yet to go into much detail explaining when and how
this new innovation will be released, but a mobile app that uses a phone's
camera is a likely start.
If you’re interested in
finding out more, watch this (somewhat lengthy and awkward) video featuring Parks
and Recreation star
Nick Offerman and Adobe community manager Kim Chambers.