Time-lapse footage of one of Thunder Laser’s cutting machines as it precisely slices through a sheet of MDF plywood, gradually revealing the intricate latticework of a flat-pack model of the Eiffel Tower. We don’t really need one, but we want one of these machines in our office now. The post Laser Cutting the Eiffel Tower appeared first on The Awesomer.
Every phone ships with a built-in panoramic photo mode, and most phones also have a time-lapse feature — if not, there are certainly dozens of apps that do time-lapse photography. No matter what phone or app you’re using though, you’ll...Show More Summary
NASA recently built a structure that will test rockets under the same stresses they will experience at launch. Take a look at this amazing time-lapse of it being built. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
This time-lapse image, taken over 30 seconds in a Costa Rican cloud forest, shows a headlight beetle's wandering path along a leaf
The smog prompted China to issue its first national red alert for “severe fog.”
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Dramatic time-lapse video shows smog choking the streets of China, which faces some of the worst air pollution in the world
The sky appears blue at the beginning of the 13-second video, then completely disappears from view in the haze of brown smog. Dozens of Chinese cities are currently under pollution alerts.
A tragic consequence of global warming is evident in the Great Barrier Reef where much of its beautiful coral is dying off. Scientists have wondered how exactly coral bleaching happens. One researcher, Brett Lewis of Queensland University...Show More Summary
A new time-lapse taken over the course of just 20 minutes shows the mind-boggling extent of Beijing’s ongoing pollution problem. Read more...
The pollution in Beijing has been particularly bad recently, and the city has been enveloped in smog for extended periods starting in October.
In today's link roundup, a time-lapse video of smog rolling into Beijing, skyrocketing gas bills, Jonathan Lethem's vomiting cat sketches, and more! Follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]
Have we reached peak Facebook recipe video? While the BuzzFeed-run food channel Tasty has given way to a whole new content genre of simple-yet-satisfying time-lapse... Visit Tubefilter for more great stories.
It’s better than watching paint dry Would you believe the thawing of frozen foods could be incredible mesmerizing? Well, it is. This time-lapse video showcases an array of icy foodstuffs captured with a super macro lens. Peas, strawberries, blueberries, and more come to life as their crystals melt away. Show More Summary
When Armands Alps and his wife Dace were expecting their first child together in 2013, they made an adorable time-lapse video to document the pregnancy. The video went viral, warming hearts around he world, so it was only natural that the Latvian parents kept up the tradition for their second baby. Show More Summary
Estonian student, Laura Liivo, filmed a time-lapse video of herself creating a mural using only tape. The fish mural was created on the wall of Liivo's rented apartment in Aalborg, Denmark. "I have been living in rental apartments for many years now and I feel when an apartment has white walls it's very soul-less. Show More Summary
Want to change the color of your car without damaging the paint job? A vinyl wrap is the way to go. Here, we see an ordinary Volkswagen Golf transformed from factory blue to a cool metallic matte finish, courtesy of the car artists at Lithuanian wrap shop Autoapklijavimas.
A complete engine rebuild can take weeks or months—even years—at the hands of highly skilled mechanics. Don't have that kind of time? (Who does?) Here's a 5-minute compressed video melee of a complete rebuild that took the Hagerty team 10 months and eleventy billion hours to complete. It's the second-installment in our new favorite...
It was 3:27 AM on December 6th when a man decided it’s time to beat the record of consecutive green lights hit in New York City. And he got away with hitting 240 green lights in a row, if you include a yellow. A time-lapse video of the...Show More Summary
Photographing time-lapses where the camera moves a long distance is not easy. You can set up tracks, but this is a long and laborious project. Plus, you need to make sure the tracks are not in the shot. This is where cable cameras come into play. Show More Summary