That's what Peter Langenhahn does. He goes to a sport event, takes about 3,000 photos, and then picks around 300 to create a 100-gigabyte image over the course of three months. The results are fun and extremely neat.
Peter says that when you combine all those photos together—all taken from the same point of view through the whole event—you get very unique perspective that complete erases the time variable. I agree. People from different points in time sharing the same space, interacting with each other, sometimes in strange and funny ways.
Someone should do this with super-high definition video. Pronto. [Thanks Karl!]]