See London like never before while flying down the street at warp speed. Change direction, choose where to go and whiz along Oxford Street.
Join the action and buy a stabilised video camera. Go for a lovely walk and record your local area as you go. Don't worry about trips and bumps, the magic software will stabilise and hyperlapse the video. Upload to your YouTube channel and draw a Google map. Send us the map and within no time it'l be live to the world. Then sit back and watch the map grow and grow. More Info »
HyperlapseMap was conceived, programmed, designed and created entirely by Thomas Rumens. It is a completely new way to explore locations in a hyperlapse video format with routes plotted on an interactive map. He has had this idea for over ten years but it is only recently that the technology has developed enough to make it possible.
At the moment you can view central London but in the future it is planned to include more destinations. Indeed it is possible to do any location where you can draw a route using the Google My Maps tool and where you have access to the land.
It is intended that other people will get involved with instructions on the take part page. All they need is a stabilised 360 degree video camera such as the Rylo or GoPro Max, a computer to export the videos and draw the map as well as google and YouTube Accounts.