If you miss travelling: Hyperlapse through Norway

By PierreL | My Work | 8 May 2020

As a follow-up to my last post about my Norway trip, here is some additional footage, compiled into one big hyperlapse of all our roads travelled during this journey.

If you don't know what a hyperlapse is, it is much like a timelapse, a series of photos stitched together to display a sped up scene, except that, to make it a hyperlapse, the camera actually moves. Here, I stuck my gopros to the dashboard of the car and let them records as much as possible, much like a dashcam.

Unfortunately, they were not filming during the accident, I would've been interested in seeing what actually happened.



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