Hyperlapse: Amazingly impressive timelapse videos!

A new method, developed by Microsoft Research is producing very impressive timelapse video, with the best image stabilization ever seen.

This is achieved by converting 2D video into 3D rendered scene, and then rendering a new “virtual camera” path through it all. This is also a new advanced form of video interpolation too, with high framerates to be rendered independently of the original video framerate. A wearable GoPro camera essentially ends up acting as a 3D scanner! See how it is done.

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2 Responses to Hyperlapse: Amazingly impressive timelapse videos!

  1. Alamar says:

    I generally hate interpolation (for example in tv’s or pc video players) but of course I do like this, this movie is really impressing.

    • Interpolation for movies is something I generally dislike too, even if I respect that others like it.

      However, in this case, this is certainly a special kind of interpolation (building 3D scene geometry from existing 2D video, and rendering virtual camera paths) — to do something that’s not possible through any other method!

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