To turn the McLaren 12C — one of the fastest production cars in the world — into the kind of camera car needed to film the world's fastest zoetrope, you need some serious calculations. We're talking about a supercar tasked with accurately capturing 680 still images while driving 80, 100, and 120 miles per hour in different stretches on a single track. Being off by even a fraction of an inch can cause some jumpy results. When it boils right down to it, success depends on math, plain and simple. But how can you possibly capture perfect pictures when your car's going that fast?