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Microsoft bringing its Hyperlapse tech to Windows Phone, as private Beta pops up in store

 

HyperlapseWe have earlier brought to you a video from Microsoft that demos “Hyperlapse”.

Microsoft research has been working to find a method to change normally captured shaky-cam videos into smooth hyperlapse videos. The video demos how wobbly videos, for example captured with a helmet camera during activities such as rock climbing or bicycling can be made as smooth, as if the camera has been steady. It surprisingly works really well.

Now, good news is that Microsoft may be bringing Hyperlapse to Windows Phone as an app soon. A private beta has popped up in Windows Phone store. Here is the link, but you can’t install it (obviously).

So for now check the video demo from earlier and let us hope Microsoft actually makes it a native feature on Windows 10 for Phones.

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Thanks Eduardo for the tip. Cheers!!

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