A computing device (e.g., a mobile phone, camera, tablet computer, etc.) may include a camera for capturing/recording video and may present a user interface at a display device (e.g., a presence-sensitive screen) from which a user can interact with the camera of the computing device to change or adjust time dilation effects (making a video record such that it plays faster than it actually occurred, or to record a video that will play slower than it occurred). For example, the user interface may provide a selector to adjusting a playback rate of captured video and a selector for adjusting a time dilation multiplier. When capturing video, the user interface may provide an indicator that shows the recording duration, and the playback duration of the video. This way, a computing device may provide a user with a concise way of controlling and visualizing time dilation effects.
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Rohde, Paul; Nava Vazquez, Gabriel; Zhang, Qiang; and Sprague, Richard, "TIME DILATION CONTROLS FOR CAMERAS", Technical Disclosure Commons, (March 12, 2018)