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Blur may refer to:
In vision and optics:
- Defocus aberration, blurring of an image due to incorrect focus
- Motion blur, blurring of an image due to movement of the subject or imaging system
- Bokeh, the appearance of out-of-focus areas in a photograph
Graphic arts 
- Blur (band), an English alternative rock band
- Blur (Rachael Lampa album), a 2002 album by Rachael Lampa
- "Blur" (song), a song from Britney Spears's 2008 album Circus
- Blur (comics), a character from Marvel Comics
- Red Blue Blur, later shortened to just The Blur, an alternate identity for Clark Kent in Smallville used before he takes the identity of Superman.
- Blur, a character created by Neil Gaiman and Jamie Hewlett.
- Blurred (film), a 2002 Australian film
- Blurs (film), a 2011 Croatian film
- Blur, a 2013 live-action/CGI hybrid film.
Video games 
- Blur (video game), a 2010 arcade racing game
Other uses 
- Blur Studio, a graphics/video effects company
- Loss of focus (computing)
- Motoblur, a custom Android UI developed by Motorola
- Blurring, a form of trademark dilution
See also 
- Blurr, a character from the Transformers universes
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