It doesn't matter whether you're taking photos at a cheesy tourist trap or at the Golden Globes -- there's always a risk that a stranger (or Tina Fey) will ruin your memories with a cameo appearance in the background.
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Photo technology company Scalado has developed a way to correct the so-called photobomb. It announced on Tuesday a technology called Remove that automatically deletes unwanted objects from the background of mobile phone photos.
The technology, which has not yet been released commercially, takes a series of photos in quick succession and then pinpoints moving objects in the collection, giving you the option to remove them with a click. The company will be demoing it at Mobile World Congress later this month.
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Scalado has created a number of impressive photo technologies specifically for mobile phones, including a feature called Rewind that adjusts individual expressions in group shots and another that promises "face beautification." Remove seems like its most useful yet.
This story originally published on Mashable here.