I did a brief test of a roll of Tri-X I developed in Caffenol. (Was trying to see how low I could get costs of a roll of Super 8 down to. Around $25/roll in materials including the roll so not bad! No cost assigned to time for home development and scanning of course.)
I used a Epson V500 scanner in negative film mode. I put a plate of glass from a photo frame down over the film which was placed longways down the negative scanning area (it was already scratched from home development so I wasn't too worried about handling scratches). Then I scanned it at 2400dpi, brought that into After Effects, made a 4x3 comp, and made the strips into one long train of image strips, then made them move up into frame in a 18fps comp with an expression to continue the movement indefinitely. I also had a separate null on the whole thing that I kept moving over time to keep the image in frame. I'm a motion designer by day so I know my way around AE pretty well so this process wouldn't be for everyone but I couldn't get some of the software out there to work correctly. Worked better than I thought but it's definitely a time consuming process and about half the quality of a 1080p scan. Might try a full roll in the future.
I only did a few seconds. You can see it here.