Rolling shutter effect shots are always cool, but usually used to shoot moving objects, like airplane propellers. What if you stuck the camera on the propeller? You'd get a combination of the view from the Cyclone rides at amusement parks and the view from an acid trip.

Helidigital's mguw turned the typical rolling shutter shot on its head by sticking a keycam onto the blade of a miniature helicopter and syncing its scan rate to the RPM of the rotor. It's an awesome watch—especially the parts where it goes a bit off the horizontal axis—but might I suggest you leave it and come back when you're in a more, *ahem*, appropriate state of mind? [Helidigital via Petapixel]