Alex Rodriguez, take note: The latest anti-paparazzi invention making the rounds is a reflective spray dubbed Blur, which purports to neutralize camera sensors with reflective nanoparticles. Once sprayed on a subject's face, photos of that person will be rendered as a white flash, thus protecting the A-Rods of the world from themselves.
Conceived by designer Kok-Chian Leong, this awkward-sounding innovation (I can't imagine that an application of Blur augment's a celebrity's appearance) reportedly comes from the British design firm Troika, although good luck finding any mention of it on Troika's site. Even if Blur does find its way to market, the rich and famous would have to pretty much cover themselves with it around the clock if they want to avoid shots from paparazzi wielding high-power telephoto lenses. In which case, it better not react to Botox.