Last Updated on July 20, 2023 by Editorial Team
Author(s): Louis Bouchard
Originally published on Towards AI.
Time Lens can understand the movement of the particles in-between the frames of a video to reconstruct what really happened at a speed even our eyes cannot see.
Originally published on louisbouchard.ai, read it 2 days before on my blog!
I’m sure you’ve all clicked on a video thumbnail from the slow-mo guys to see the water floating in the air when popping a water balloon or any other super cool-looking “slow-mos” made with extremely expensive cameras. Now, we are lucky enough to be able to do something not really comparable but still quite cool with our phones. What if you could reach the same quality without such an expensive setup?
Well, that’s exactly what Time Lens, a new model published by Tulyakov et al. can do with extreme precision…. Read the full blog for free on Medium.
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