Originally Posted by WalterB
Do you see the long stripes of light moving?
That's not high speed shutter, but long shuttertimes. Maybe even a few seconds for each frame.
It's indeed timelapse.
The only way to combine this with actors is composting it or project the image behind the actors (like old-school Bond-movies did in cars).
This is time laps. You set your camera to take a frame every couple of seconds and when you play it back it looks like that. The long streaks of light are the result of long exposure not fast exposure. You can easily do with with your 2Ti. Just look up time laps on google and you'll see a lot of examples and tutorials. I think even the magic lantern hack some settings for it or something.
As far as putting people in front of it, as WalterB says, you'll need to composite them in afterwords. You usually do this by shooting them on s green screen and then keying out the green in a program like After effects of Nuke. It's actually quite simple. Even Final Cut pro, Premiere and Vegas have basic keying.