Last night we posted that a closed beta of Microsoft’s Hyperlapse app has been spotted in the Windows Phone Store. The technology (explained in the video below) uses complex mathematics and algorithms to recreate smoothed sped-up video from shaky original sources.
Now WindowsBlogItalia has managed to score some screen shots of the app in action.
The app is simple, featuring only a record button, one to turn on the flash and one to switch to the front-facing camera.
After recording, you can then choose the speed to render your movie, save it at other speeds, share it and record a new one.
The technology was created by Microsoft Research and at present it is not known when the app will become available to all.