Imagine this: You're given the start and end of a video and tasked with sketching out the interleaving frames, inferring what you can from the limited information on hand in order to fill the gap. Could you?
"It might sound like an impossible task, but researchers at Google's AI research division have developed a novel system that can generate 'plausible' video sequences from no more than a single first and final frame, a process known as 'inbetweening,' writes Kyle Wiggers in
"They describe their work in a newly published paper ('From Here to There: Video Inbetweening Using Direct 3D Convolutions') on the preprint server Arxiv.org..."
Read More ...