Blur: anti-paparazzi spray



Possibly ending the life of all celebrity blogs as we know them (oh noes!), the London based design firm Troika and designer Kok-Chian Leong have dreamed up Blur, an anti-photography spray, which was exhibited at the Science Museum’s exhibit, “The Science of Spying”. The highly reflective nanoparticles in the Blur spray reflect flashbulbs, blind camera sensors and whiten part of the image. This means of course that most celebrities will have to keep themselves coated from head to toe with the stuff 24 hours a day, and will appear to the naked eye even more shimmering and freaky than they already do. But that’s the price of fame, right? [GT]

The Science of Spying

Gabrielle Taylor
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