The CNN website has three pages (click arrows upper right) of a panoramic video of the Haitian devastation. I can't embed the video here, so you'll need to go to the link.
What impresses me is that it's possible to pan around the scene 360 degrees while the video is in motion. Frankly the informational content of the video is rather modest; the vehicle moves too fast, so you need to pause and then pan, and the damage is what one would expect. (I found it a bit unnerving when the CNN crew apparently decided they were important enought to swerve into the adjacent lane and blow their horn at oncoming traffic).
My mind boggles from the technology involved. You can see the apparatus in the shadow of the man carrying it on page two. It's not huge - just like having a big backpack with a thingy sticking up out of the top. This is so much better than recording a conventional video where you have to look wherever the videographer chooses to look. I would love to see one of these employed on a hiking trail, especially at Huashan, or El Caminito del Rey.