Satellite imaging provider Planet Labs this week uploaded a time-lapse showing off construction progress of Apple Park's main "spaceship" structure, chronicling nearly two years of work in 18 seconds.
In celebration of The Statue of Liberty’s 130th year, EarthCam captured this beautiful 4K time-lapse of the iconic New York monument over the course of 365 days. As she receives countless visitors, and weathers whatever nature dishes out, she always stands tall.
Experience the magical view of the summer solstice at Stonehenge through a lovely video from English Heritage.
“The nearly one-acre display is made of 175 bright pink tarps” Editor's Note: This post was originally published in June 2016 and has been updated with the most recent information. Like a bat signal for San Francisco Gay Pride weekend,...Show More Summary
Brett Foxwell is an animator who uses stop-motion, time-lapse, motion graphics and other techniques, and he's always looking for a new method to experiment with. WoodSwimmer was made by photographing cut trees as layers were milled away from the wood. Show More Summary
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) used powerful HD cameras to film the sun for an entire year then sped up the footage to create this mesmerizing time-lapse. Zach Wasser contributed to an earlier version of this video. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
A few days ago in North Dakota, storm chaser Mike Olbinski made this absolutely incredible time-lapse video of undulatus asperatus clouds. This class of cloud is the first cloud category added to the International Cloud Atlas since 1951. Show More Summary
Back in 2015, Virgin Australia repainted all of its airplanes with a fresh new look. It took 18 painters, about 69 gallons of paint, and 11 days to complete each jet. The most fascinating part of the time-lapse footage is watching the old paint melt off after it’s bathed in thinner.
Today the Department of Awesome Natural Phenomena is admiring the jaw-dropping gorgeousness of an Undulatus Asperatus Sunset that’s as rare as it is beautiful. This spectacular time-lapse footage was captured by photographer Mike Olbinski...Show More Summary
The icing on the cake was the lightning, which shot down the towering storm shaft as the sun was setting: storm-chasing gold.
An exquisite time-lapse of our local, surprisingly complex gas giant -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
This story was originally published by HuffPost and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. SKYGLOWPROJECT.COM: KAIBAB ELEGY from Harun Mehmedinovic on Vimeo. A stunning time-lapse video of the Grand Canyon shows...Show More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iryExfFgrqI Composited by Sean Doran from images taken by NASA's Juno probe. Previously: Jupiter's south pole.
The cover illustration for this week’s issue of New Yorker was created by an artist using an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, and as the magazine did back in January, it’s shared a time-lapse video showing how the drawing was created … mo...
SKYGLOWPROJECT.COM: KAIBAB ELEGY from Harun Mehmedinovic on Vimeo. A stunning time-lapse video of the Grand Canyon shows the carved formation as it may have looked millennia ago — but instead of water, it’s filled with what has the appearance...Show More Summary
Today the Department of Awesome Natural Phenomena is marveling at the jaw-dropping sight of the Grand Canyon becoming a roiling sea of clouds: This breathtaking time-lapse video was shot by filmmaker Harun Mehmedinovic for the SKYGLOW project (previously featured here), which aims to educate viewers about the dangers of urban light pollution. Show More Summary
The Grand Canyon is already stunning on a regular day, but when an unusual phenomenon called full cloud inversion sweeps through the natural wonder, it's a once-in-a-lifetime sight to see. SKYGLOW is a crowdfunded project with the aim...Show More Summary
Among the many incredible images captured during this Grand Canyon time-lapse video from the SKYGLOW Project is a phenomenon called a “full cloud inversion,” during which clouds get trapped between the walls of rock formations, forming a sort ocean filled with puffy clouds.
This time-lapse video of the Grand Canyon is insane and shockingly beautiful. SKYGLOWPROJECT.COM: KAIBAB ELEGY from Harun Mehmedinovic on Vimeo. Related on EcoSalon 40 Gorgeous Photos of North America The Grand Canyon Like You’ve Never...Show More Summary
Filmmaker Jamie Scott celebrates spring with a time-lapse parade of the season’s harbingers: flowers springing to life. It took him a total of 3 years to compile the footage. One of those things that we’re grateful is just here for free for us to enjoy. Amazing stuff.