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Watch: An Amazing Hyperlapse Composed of Google Street View Images

Google Street View is a great way to explore a new place without leaving the comfort of your work space. While you’re supposed to be filling out a TPS Report or some garbage, you can actually be checking out the beaches of Australia’s Gold Coast. But because of the accessibility of Google’s Street View API, creative agency Teehan-Lax (now defunct, RIP) was able to use the Google Street View imagery as the source material for a very cool hyperlapse video of iconic locations across the US, and possibly the world. I don’t know, I haven’t been everywhere.

Learn more about their Google Street View Hyperlapse project, here.

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