Yesterday was the first day I rode my bike to work this year and I wanted to play a bit so I strapped my FlipCam to the handlebars and headed out, recording the journey. (I also recorded the ride home.) I uploaded the video to YouTube and was told by the system that my video seemed to contain a lot of shaky footage and would I like it to be automatically stabilized. I clicked yes and a few hours later I got the result. At first I thought the video looked a bit “off” but it was more stable. So, I also uploaded the original un-stabilized footage and found YouTube Doubler which allows you to play two videos simultaneously side-by-side. So, if you’re interested in checking out the side-by-side comparison just jump over to http://youtubedoubler.com/3zIc. (From there you can also access the individual versions if you’re just that interested in watching my commute.)
Also, I do ride through a tunnel under some train tracks about about the 9:15 mark which tends to creep me out a bit so that part might be fun to watch.
(Image in this post is not an actual representation of the route between my home and office.)