A Mesmerizing Panolapse Of Brussels Taken Using A Rotating Telescope Mount

Taking a 360 degrees panorama is a cool thing on its own, but taking a video-lapse takes it to a new level.

Hugo Baptista created an interesting clip they call a panolapse. It is a combination between a timelapse and a panorama done by mounting a camera on a motorized Meade controller and taking a host every 5 minutes as the mount rotates for 90 minutes.

Here is how Hugo describes it:

“A 360+ degree panoramic time-lapse. The camera shot one picture every 5 seconds while the motorized mount slowly rotated. I then I assembled the images into this panoramic movie, in which each “pane” is actually the same movie, slightly offset in time” #

[Panolapse Brussels]