interactive google street view hyper lapse animations by teehan+lax labs interactive google street view hyper lapse animations by teehan+lax labs
apr 12, 2013

interactive google street view hyper lapse animations by teehan+lax labs

interactive google street view hyper-lapse animations by teehan+lax labs



hyper-lapse photography – a technique combining time-lapse and sweeping camera movements are typically focused on a point-of-interest. creating them requires precision and many hours stitching together photos taken from carefully mapped locations. canadian design studio teehan+lax labs has developed experiment for creating simplified interactive google street view hyper-lapse animations. built using hyperlapse.js, three.js (r57), a modified version of GSVPano.js, and google maps API v3, the project provides greater accessibility so developers can play with higher frame rates, better image quality, and more complicated camera movements.



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