Hyperphotos are Hyperawesome
This is getting dangerous. First we had time-lapse, and I became a certified addict. Then, just recently, I found out about hyperlapse, a jaw-dropping time-lapse technique that involves extreme “motion” and perspective changes. And now I find out about hyperphotos?
It’s out of control.
Hyperphotos, like Versailles by J.F. Rauzier, are (almost) infinitely zoomable portals into the depths of your computer screen. One minute you’re looking at a landscape, the next minute you’re face-to-face with a statue.
You’re not really going to understand what I mean just by looking at the image above. Click here for the interactive version, take it to full screen, and prepare to be amazed. Let me know if you find more!
(via The Dish)