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HyperlapseMB: Hyperlapse.js with Motion Blur

May 1, 2013

With the help of GSVPanoDepth.js (see previous post), I have created HyperlapseMB, a fork of Hyperlapse.js that uses the depth information to create a nice motion blur effect. The images are filtered as a pre-processing step before the hyperlapse is played. The algorithm is similar to the technique used as post-processing effect in video games as described in Rosado (2007). Altough the filtering is done before the hyperlapse is played, it is implemented in WebGL. In pure JavaScript, the filtering takes multiple seconds, nearly the same time the GPU needs for the whole sequence.

You can watch a demo (Firefox/Chrome) or get the source code. Enjoy!


Rosado (2007): Motion Blur as a Post-Processing Effect. In GPU Gems 3: Programming Techniques for High-Performance Graphics and General-Purpose Computation, edited by Hubert Nguyen.