Julian Tryba has a pretty neat Time-Lapse, or layer-lapse as they call it, of New York City:
I admit, that was pretty ace. Each scene in the video has as many as 300 different layers, all being independently turned on and off to the beat of the music. A time-lapse done well to music is better than any other boring time-lapse. This one is pretty dang impressive. Even more so considering it consists of over 230,000 different photos, spanning over 350 hours of life. Though, I imagine some of that might have been duplicated with multiple lenses on multiple cameras at the same location. Either way, it’s a great 2 and a half minutes of your life, trust me.