Microsoft’s research department has presented a new Hyperlapse technology on the weekend, should be on their implementation for Windows Phone, iOS and Android waited tensely.
The new algorithm for editing video footage from the first-person perspective, combines several smoothing effects, a deep -recognition and a conventional time-lapse function to continuously shot video footage to turn into soft camera rides.
We present a method for converting first-person videos, For Example, captured with a helmet camera falling on activities: such as rock climbing or bicycling, into hyperlapse videos: time-lapse videos with a smoothly moving camera.
Both the paper, where the technical background of the now presented Hyperlapse technology can be read as the two example videos are well worth seeing and amaze with high quality earnings movies. Currently, Microsoft is working to Hyperlapse algorithm in a Windows app to publish, implementations for mobile devices are expected to tighten in the current year.
Hyperlapse – Microsoft demo
Hyperlapse – The technical backgrounds
(Direct Link)<-! div article / meta end ->