Turning standard first-person footage into hyperlapse


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While the ideas presented are interesting, the narrator’s accent is so wonderful as to be distracting. I imagine that when you go to deposit gold bullion at a vault deep under the Alps, this is what the bank’s representatives all sound like.


Expected “first-person shooter” game video and now I want to see this tech applied to that.

That’s a bit wonderful and a bit complicated.

An experiment using two time lapse cameras with some odd results. Every other frame is from the other camera, with just Virtualdub filters.

I technology like this, combined with trailers, promo footage and stills, that will allow crappy-camera-in-theater bootlegs to get better and better and better…

Just how many shares of GoPro do you guys own?

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