Hey, guys, the Hyperlapse team released their apps on 2015 May 14.
There is Hyperlapse Pro for Windows desktop, and also Hyperlapse Mobile for Windows Phone and Android.
Note that all of these will do something a little different than what was shown in the 2014 research, in that they are using 2D motion tracking on mobile devices to smooth captures in realtime with limited processing and battery power. You can learn about the differences in their 2015 SIGGRAPH presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wt_Y04xn84M
If you want the 3D tracking seen in the original videos that Joscelin linked to above, you'll need to check the option for 'Advanced' smoothing in Hyperlapse Pro.
Here's the Hyperlapse team's homepage: https://aka.ms/hyperlapse
Here's a video introducing Hyperlapse Pro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g38Cbu8_Mho
Once again, I recommend turning on the 'Advanced Smoothing' option as a Photosynth user.