Stunning short film imagines the galaxy over the glowing metropolis of Los Angeles through composited time-lapse and star trail astrophotography. Video courtesy of Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic. Be sure to visit their Starglow Kickstarter campaign. Like Sunchaser Pictures on Facebook, and follow Gavin on Twitter.
Tokyo is transformed into a hypnotic kaleidoscope in the time-lapse music video for “Only to Silence ft. Metoronori” by LLLL. The video was created by Japan-based filmmaker darwinfish105. He has posted still and making-of images from the video on his blog. “Only to Silence ft. Metoronori” is on LLLL’s newest album, Faithful. photos by darwinfish105 […]
The Calbuco volcano in Chile recently erupted for the first time in 42 years, spewing smoke and ash 6mi upwards, along with lava and volcanic lightning. YouTuber Rodrigo Barrera captured this amazing time-lapse of the eruption.
Calbuco, the Chilean volcano which erupted violently twice this week for the first time in 40 years, spewed out a plume of ash more than six miles high and blanketed parts of Chile and Argentina. More than 4,000 have been...
Artist JR creates a large-scale mural in Manhattan in this time-lapse posted earlier today by The New York Times. The 150-foot-tall mural, which depicts New York City-based waiter Elmar Aliyev, appears on the cover of this week’s New York Times Magazine. image via The New York Times
The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) transits through the Suez Canal in this time-lapse video filmed April 6, 2015. USS Theodore Roosevelt, its escort guided-missile cruiser USS [...] The post Video: USS Theodore Roosevelt Suez Canal Time Lapse appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile erupted twice on Wednesday for the first time in 42 years. Ash and smoke were sent about 6 miles into the air
The unexpected explosion was caught on video, and it's gorgeous.
Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted Wednesday for the first time since 1972, sending a massive plume of ash and smoke 40,000 feet in the air. Onlooker Rodrigo Barrera captured this time-lapse of the eruption Wednesday evening as the sunShow More Summary
Calbuco erupted Wednesday after 42 years of silence. More than 1,500 local residents were evacuated. [via]
The Calbuco volcano in Chile erupted twice on April 22, 2015 for the first time in 42 years, and Rodrigo Barrera captured some magnificent time-lapse footage of the incredible plume of ash. The eruption caused more than 4,000 people to be evacuated from the area around the volcano. photos via Gabriel Esteffan via Digg
It's been more than 40 years since the Calbuco volcano erupted. But now it's done it twice — generating striking images and concerns over the effects of both the lava and a mammoth cloud of ash.
A potent volcanic eruption in Chile lights up the sky and the Web.
On May 29, 1 World Trade Center’s One World Observatory will be opening to the masses. To entertain (and educate) those riding up to the top of the 102 story building, the elevator’s walls will display a panoramic time-lapse of Manhattan’s...Show More Summary
Via the New York Times: An imposingly realistic vision of the old 1 World Trade Center, the ultimately doomed north tower, will begin appearing next month in a most unlikely place: the five special elevators servicing the observatory atop the new 1 World Trade Center. Show More Summary
1 World Trade Center’s elevator to the building’s observatory level offers a time-lapse display of New York’s urban development history that plays within the elevator as it ascends toward the observatory reports The New York Times. The video is presented...
Here's a lady robot just trying to have a little breakfast of Cheerios and orange juice. Her name is Karen X. Cheng and you may remember her time-lapse video that went viral where she taught herself to dance in a year. Give her new video a watch: Thanks, Orion H.!
Starting next month, visitors to the new 1 World Trade Center will be treated to a fully immersive time-lapse of New York’s ever-changing cityscape, during their elevator trip to the 102nd floor – but you can get a sneak peek of the experience right here, right now. Read more...
A ride in one of the special elevators up to the observatory in One World Trade Center will provide more than a lift. Passengers will witness 515 years of time-lapsed Manhattan history during the 47-second ride up to the 102nd floor....Show More Summary
When the observatory at One World Trade Center opens next month, visitors will be treated to not just a 360-degree view of the Big Apple, but also a brisk -- and breathtaking -- elevator ride down up memory lane. As The New York Times...Show More Summary