Google promises interactive creation of dynamic, looping videos

My old teammates Richard Tucker, Noah Snavely, and co. have been busy. Check out this quick video & interactive demo:

80lv notes,

According to the team, they trained the prior using a dataset of motion trajectories extracted from real-life video sequences that featured natural, oscillating motions like those seen in trees, flowers, candles, and wind-blown clothing. These trajectories can then be applied to convert static images into smooth-looping dynamic videos, slow-motion clips, or interactive experiences that allow users to interact with the elements within the image.

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