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    The Mini in ime-lapse took 7min 30 sec.... Here's how Audi's run the Auto Road... almost a minute quicker and in real-time!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NE-Vsg2b38
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueDog View Post
    The Mini in ime-lapse took 7min 30 sec.... Here's how Audi's run the Auto Road... almost a minute quicker and in real-time!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NE-Vsg2b38
    impressive!!
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    That was awesome! Here's another vote for a timelapse of the trip up and down in the snowcat. You can get some nice winter panos from the summit while you're at it...
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    Wooooh, slow down, you gadget geek! Thanks for the ride!
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    Ha! Quite a few people I emailed that link to said that I was a very good driver. Then again, there's really no traffic heading north this time of year. I'm originally from New Jersey, so get me into Boston traffic or a construction zone and my speed increases to a minimum of 75mph :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    That was awesome! Here's another vote for a timelapse of the trip up and down in the snowcat. You can get some nice winter panos from the summit while you're at it...
    I think this time of year doing the drive up and down the Auto Road would be great. I would think the Auto Road company would be interested in using it.
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    Snowcat or truck would be great for the auto road. It would be awesome to get fall like weather at the base transitioning to winter at the top.

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    That's right, film wasn't invented yet at that time

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O View Post
    When I was an intern we talked about this project. At the time I don't think we had the tools to make it work.

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