Few days before Google launch his new and first camera app for android
with lens blur effect,which is incredible & awesome. There are many
feature like lens blur,panaroma and clear interface of camera.
Thought Google Camera‘s
only killer feature was software depth-of-field? Think again. A crafty
developer has created Depthy, an open source program that adds a
parallax effect to photos taken with Google Camera’s Lens Blur mode.
The program’s feat is accomplished by using Lens Blur’s depth mapping, which produces a three-dimensional model of the subject being captured in order to achieve the “blur” effect. Depthy
essentially makes the map navigable, allowing you to pan around the
image to see “behind” objects in frame. The effect is pretty
try it out for yourself, simply upload a photo taken with Lens Blur to
the Depthy website. The developer notes the project is a work in
progress, but the tool seemed pretty polished in my tests.
Unfortunately, there is no way to save your works yet and apply them to
anything useful, but given its open source nature, it’s possible a
developer can come along and work this into a wallpaper app down the
road. For now, it’s just a neat tool to play with.
has just launched its own Camera app in the Play Store. Simply called
Google Camera, the app looks a bit different from the camera software
currently shipping in Android 4.4 KitKat. Google has made a number of
improvements and refinements here, introducing a much cleaner interface
“that gets out of your way” with a prominent shutter button. A brand
new Lens Blur mode promises to achieve “SLR-like photos” offering a shallow depth of field.
Blur replaces the need for a large optical system with computer vision
algorithms and optimization techniques that are run entirely on the
mobile device, simulating a larger lens and aperture in order to
creating a 3D model of the world,” Google said. (The company has published a blog post offering
more details on exactly how the Lens Blur effect was created.) Google
Camera packs in signature Mountain View features like Photo Sphere, and
also brings the viewfinder back to 100 percent, meaning what you see
will always be what you get in your final shot.
LENS BLUR IMAGE
those options will be familiar to anyone that’s used a XOLO A1000 ; you
simply swipe in from the left to toggle between Google Camera’s
different modes. Unfortunately, there are also some omissions when
comparing Google Camera with the stock Android camera: expert settings
like white balance are nowhere to be found here. Google is clearly going
for simplicity, but to the company’s credit, it’s at least trying to
prevent users from shooting video in portrait orientation.
Camera is available right now and is supported on all Android
smartphones and tablets running version 4.4 (KitKat) and above. There’s
not much to complain about when looking at the latest camera apps from
HTC and Samsung, but choice is always a good thing.
Google Camera snaps quick and easy photos and videos, and has creative picture modes like Photo Sphere, Lens Blur and Panorama.
Features • Photo Spheres for immersive 360º views • Lens Blur mode for SLR-like photos with shallow depth of field • Panorama mode with high resolution • 100% viewfinder for getting the maximum resolution from the sensor (no dropped pixels) • Updated UI that gets out of your way and is centered on an extra large capture button