10 cool Hyperlapses that show off just what it is capable of

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Hyperlapse is Instagram’s latest project, and is a very clever app. In essence, it is designed for long time lapses… but for shortform video platforms like, umm, Instagram. You simply hit record, point your camera at something, and then Hyperlapse will crunch down the video to run super fast – but apply smoothing algorithms so if you film a journey, it will come out looking super slick. Here’s our pick of ten cool Hyperlapse to get you inspired.

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Here’s the journey at Warner Bros studios to the studios for the Ellen Show (a US talk show). Yep – it is just like Animaniacs after all.

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Even celebrities are using Hyperlapse. Here’s tennis player Roger Federer’s journey in New York.

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Here’s internet celebrity iJustine dancing in an airport to test out the app.

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Amazingly even the British Foreign Office is using Hyperlapse – in this case to promote the building being open to visitors for London Open House.

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Here’s one of Nickelodeon’s artists showing you how to draw Spongebob… it’s harder than it looks.

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Hyperloops don’t have to be short: They can also create art. USA Today put together this beautiful montage of New York using Hyperloop shots.

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What’s cool about Hyperlapse is that it’ll save the final video file to your phone so that you can decide what to do with it. You don’t have to upload it to Instagram – you can even upload to rival services like Vine. Heck, you can even import it into iMovie and edit it to pieces if you like.

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So we’ve had New York, what about London? Check out the above for a brief jaunt around Trafalgar Square.

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The Golden Gate Bridge looks pretty awesome in Hyperlapse…

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And to end, here’s a beautiful sunset.

What’s your best Hyperlapse yet? Let us know in the comments.

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James O’Malley