Jonas Ginter is a German journalist with a knack for creative filmmaking. With the help of a 3-D printer—and a free template—he built a custom mount that holds six GoPro cameras at once. Each camera records from a different face of the cubed mount, which means that when all the footage is edited together, it shrinks the world down to a cartoonishly distorted time-lapse. The effect is especially great when Ginter tracks a car driving through city streets, as seen above in the above video, which he made for the juvenile goods company Cybex.
Via The Atlantic.