Microsoft Research converts tottering and wobbly first person videos into smooth timelapses

The evolution of wearable video cameras …

from Google Glass

to GoPro

and more, ...
beaconed to a huge increase in first-person videos. But the reverse of the medal is that most videos are overly long and uneventful.

One solution is to speed the videos up into to timelapse video, however, they can become more fascinating and entertaining, but there is another downside - person’s movement is hardly ever stable.

Microsoft Research present a method for transforming first-person videos into hyperlapse videos - time-lapse videos with a smoothly moving camera.