Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Lost for superlatives

I don't want to wait two years for this! (seen on Gizmodo)

"Adobe and University of Wisconsin scientists have created software that can correct shaky camerawork, but it's way cooler than anything on the market now. Using 3D modeling, it guesses the intended look, then warps the original video to adjust.

Basically, the software examines each frame and warps it to form a steady line of shots based on a 3D projection of the cameras path (courtesy of off-the-shelf Adobe software), giving a buttery-smooth look almost as good as if the camera was on rails."

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