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Google puts Camera app in Play Store with feature fake bokeh
Google has its own camera app in the Play Store put. This app can replace the default app on phones for taking pictures. The app includes the Lens Blur feature, which can get pictures according to Google. Fake bokeh effect
The app appeared in the Play Store and is installable on all devices running Android 4.4, so that many existing users still fall by the wayside. And users about all future Android devices, the choice to use in place of the application that the manufacturer of smartphones flour evert this app thanks to removing the app get each manufacturer adjusts camera app.
Google Camera has a new user interface in relation to the application that until now stood on Nexus devices. Users can take pictures with a large knob on the entire width of the screen image to the right, while the ones left standing. Furthermore, now gives the viewfinder 100 percent of the sensor image again, so that the user does not get truncated widescreen preview on a non-widescreen sensor.
Lens Blur is a new feature, which allows users to make in order to emulate. An artificial version of the bokeh effect of expensive cameras afterwards blurred the background of a photo Google explains that the app based on multiple photos to calculate whether an object in the foreground or background state. Emulating Google also one of the functions of the secondary camera on the HTC One (M8) with a single camera. Lens Blur went on a few weeks ago a rumor .
So Google actually uses a triangulation with information about how the camera focused phone and what the pixels in various pictures to show the function. Possible The feature also makes it possible to retrospectively determine which item should be in focus. Shown in the picture
Lens Blur with in-depth information on Google’s camera app
Compared to the old camera app also missing some features. Thus, it is not possible to manually set the white balance and the time-lapse option has been removed. From an apk teardown However, Android Police that references to these modes are still present in the app. Furthermore, there are also the source code listings to find new options, including an Advanced Camera Mode “and” Wide Angle Mode ‘. It is likely that these will be made. Available in a future version of the appViewing:-94
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