Recently a product has been developed that would prevent the paps from getting the photos the public demands: Blur anti-photography spray could keep the faces of celebrities out of the papers. It's the same principle as that Hewlett-Packard project of an electronic badge that jams electronic cameras
, preventing photographers from taking unwanted pictures. Blur’s highly reflective nanoparticles reflect the flashbulbs of peeping and stalking photographers. They blind camera sensors and whiten part of the image. Design by Troika; idea by Kok-Chian Leong.
Scarlett Johanssen will no longer have to resort to this (shortly after this shot, Scarlett fell down a few steps running to her car)
or this (the sign says "I am being harrassed by the person taking this photo"
Instead if she gets this product we will be seeing her like this,
but really who really cares what her face looks like?