Google Street View Hyperlapse

When Teehan+Lax Labs motion designer Jonas Naimark wanted a tool to create hyper-lapse videos with available data sets and emerging technology, the lab built just that so he could build a video with it. The result is Google Street View Hyperlapse with purposely low site settings (maximum of 60 frames per animation) for greater accessibility. Even better: the source code is up on Github for other developers to tinker with. It’s so easy and fun to use, we’re holding your thumbs up in advance.

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