What in the world is Hyperlapse?
According to creators Teehan+Lax, hyperlapse is a technique that merges time-lapse photography with sweeping camera movements. Such camera movements are usually centred on a singular focus point (such as the sun’s movement through the sky). As you can imagine, this would usually take a log time to compile, however the clever minds at Teehan+Lax were able to, with a little help from Google Street View (using their images as the source material), design a user interface to make the process significantly less laborious.
The video below is an example of what can be accomplished. If you get motion sick, then probably watch it anyway, but maybe keep your rubbish bin close. Watch Hyperlapse here.