(See the "x"es? You can remove these elements from the photo after its been taken.)
Obviously, this is amazing. I would kill to have this on my phone right now. I can't count the number of photos I've had to take over and over again until my subject's energy was drained. It looks like the application acts as a kind of burst shot, but then analyzes for various factors after the photo is taken to remove the offending elements. I'm guessing it analyzes things like depth in order to understand which elements in the frame are part of the scenery and which elements are unwanted obstructions.
According to Engadget, the program works quite well for a prototype. I don't know about you, but I'd kill to have this feature on my phone. Hopefully we'll learn more about this technology at the Mobile World Congress later this month.