JK Keller has compiled 16 years of daily self-portraits into one time-lapse video spanning the years 1998 to 2014. Keller has titled the compiled video, “Idiot continues to take daily self-portrait for 16 yrs despite better projects, longer projects, more popular projects, his face.” Keller has also created a mosaic of some of the some […]
Never Miss a Great Video: Subscribe to GOOD on YouTube Let’s all agree that bees are awesome creatures. For one, they’re responsible for honey. This guy knows what I’m talking about. Photographer Anand Varma knows what I’m talking about, too. Show More Summary
Traveling 102 floors in under 60 seconds, the nighttime journey up the skyscraper reflects the light outside. The floor-to-ceiling monitors recreate the construction of New York City from the 16th century to the present.
As summer approaches, we know you're making plans for your summer getaway. If your destination is DC, we’d like to invite you to the Smithsonian American Art Museum as part of your visit. Our museum, its building, and most importantly, its art conveys the story of our country. But, just in case your children or grandchildren are reading this, it's also a fun place to visit.
Nature is majestically bizarre, sometimes. Which also means it's really cool to watch YouTuber Todd F captured the totally ethereal process of his cactus blooming — and looking like some sort of strange, tentacled alien. Or something out of Little Shop of Horrors, perhaps? Watch your back, Todd. Show More Summary
Mesmerizing high-resolution time-lapse footage of how bees enter the world. (more…)
Google is partnering with researchers to create time-lapse videos for studying our changing world.
In the sixth episode of their “100 Years of Beauty” series, Cut Video shares the visual history of the past 100 years of beauty in the Philippines in a one-minute time-lapse, as modeled by April Villanueva.
The French-born artist Abdelkader “Kader” Benchamma (b. 1975) is the first to use the stairwell at Soho's Drawing Center as his sketch pad. He finished a huge India-ink doodle in April. SEEN obtained this exclusive time-lapse video of him making it. “I changed my first proposal because I wanted to... More »
Researchers at the University of Washington and Google have created impressive time-lapse videos of popular tourist sites by “mining” pre-existing photographs taken from the Internet. Examples of the technique are shown in a video released by Ricardo Martin Brualla who worked on the project with David Gallup and Steven Seitz. The team first collected 86 million […]
No time for time-lapse? New research just might be able to change that. The post Scientists Tell Us How Your Old Pics Will Change Time-lapse Photography appeared first on WIRED.
Since the 1970s, NASA has used satellites to take pictures of the Earth's surface. This is an ongoing process, so when you string together the photos and play them out… Tags: satellite, time-lapse
A team of big picture-thinking researchers has developed a novel way of creating stable time-lapse videos by sewing together millions of public photos taken from the internet. The resulting sequences document everything from retreating glaciers to the construction of Las Vegas skyscrapers, without the team even needing to leave the lab... Show More Summary
Think of time-lapse photography, and you imagine someone sets up a camera in a single spot to take photos at set periods of time. Researchers from the University of Washington… Tags: time-lapse
Time-lapse photography is fascinating because it can reveal changes that transpire too gradually to observe in real time. The problem is that, well, it takes a long time. Researchers from Google and the University of Washington have found an elegant way around that, at least for some of the world’s most photographed landmarks and scenes. Show More Summary
Researchers from the University of Washington and Google have synthesized time-lapse videos by mining large community photo collections. We introduce an approach for synthesizing time-lapse videos of popular landmarks from large community photo collections. Read the rest
A team of researchers from Google and The University of Washington have developed a new way of creating time-lapse video – collating millions of photographs published online. They explain: We introduce an approach for synthesizing time-lapse videos of popular landmarks from large community photo collections. Show More Summary
Microsoft’s time-lapse smoothing technology is now in open beta. Use the mobile app to create hyperlapses on your Android or Windows phone or get the Windows desktop version for videos taken from a variety of cameras.
I know I just posted a time-lapse animation of aurorae yesterday, and the time-lapse below also has aurorae in it, but — and this is a big but — it has something I’ve only seen very rarely: Animation showing the movement of eerie and beautiful noctilucent clouds! The noctilucent clouds are in the first 40 seconds of the video. Show More Summary
The Grand Rapids Art Museum presents T. J. Wilcox: In the Air, which will be on view from May 17 through August 30, 2015. Artist T. J. Wilcox's In the Air is a dazzling panoramic film installation, presenting viewers with a captivating, multidirectional, bird's-eye view of the New York City skyline. Show More Summary