The internet is flooded with timelapses of the night sky, but pretty much none of them look like this.

Vincent Brady used a multicamera, 360-degree rig to capture panoramic timelapse images of the night sky. His shoots — which ranged from the American Southwest to Glacier National Park to British Columbia to Missouri — are incredibly trippy, melding together images from several cameras and transposing a 360-degree view on a flat surface.

You can check out his explanation of the process of making the video on his YouTube page. The rig itself looks pretty rudimentary, with just four fisheye-lens-equipped cameras connected by a homemade cross. He’s also got more detailed notes on his webpage if you want to give this method a try yourself.