Blur


Blur

Blur can refer to:

Unfocused imagery

"Blur" generally refers to the appearance of an unfocused image. See Defocus aberration, eyeglass prescription, lens and eye. Specific terms using this meaning of "Blur" include:

* Bokeh, the appearance of out-of-focus areas from an image produced by a lens
* Box blur, a graphic-art effect
* Gaussian blur, a graphic-art effect
* Motion blur, a photographic and optical effect
* Shallow focus, a photographic technique where the subject is in focus and the background and foreground are blurred.

Music

* Blur (band), an English rock band
** "Blur" (album), the above band's fifth album
** "", the above band's compilation album

Computing

"blur" refers to the event when a GUI element loses focus.

ports

Refers to the Phoenix Suns guard Leandro Barbosa

Fiction

* The Blur, a pulp magazine novel featuring The Shadow
* "The Blur", a go-kart featured in the film "The Little Rascals"
* Blur (comics), a fictional superhuman also known as "The Blur"
* Blurr, a fictional robot from "The Transformers"
* Blur, a 2007 film directed by Nick Briscoe

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* Blur Studio, CGI animation company based in California


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  • Blur — (bl[^u]r), n. 1. That which obscures without effacing; a stain; a blot, as upon paper or other substance. [1913 Webster] As for those who cleanse blurs with blotted fingers, they make it worse. Fuller. [1913 Webster] 2. A dim, confused… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Blur — (bl[^u]r), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Blurred} (bl[^u]rd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Blurring}.] [Prob. of same origin as blear. See {Blear}.] 1. To render obscure by making the form or outline of confused and uncertain, as by soiling; to smear; to make… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Blur — …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • blur — blur; blur·ry; blur·red·ly; …   English syllables

  • blur|ry — «BLUR ee», adjective, ri|er, ri|est. 1. dim; indistinct: »The hills were a blurry outline in the dusk. 2. full of smears and smudges: » a blurry copy …   Useful english dictionary

  • Blur — es el nombre de una banda inglesa de rock. Llamada Seymour en un principio, Blur se formó en Londres en 1989 por Damon Albarn (vocalista, teclista), Graham Coxon (guitarrista) y Alex James (bajista). Posteriormente, el batería Dave Rowntree se… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • blur — [v1] cloud, fog becloud, bedim, befog, blear, blind, darken, daze, dazzle, dim, glare, make hazy, make indistinct, make vague, mask, muddy, obscure, shade, soften; concept 627 Ant. clear, uncloud, unsmudge blur [v2] make dirty besmear, blemish,… …   New thesaurus

  • blur — index blind (obscure), deface, indistinctness, obfuscate, obnubilate, obscuration, obscure, sully …   Law dictionary

  • blur — ► VERB (blurred, blurring) ▪ make or become unclear or less distinct. ► NOUN ▪ something that cannot be seen, heard, or recalled clearly. DERIVATIVES blurry adjective (blurrier, blurriest) …   English terms dictionary


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