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Watch this time-lapse Lego build of life-size 1964 Ford Mustang

2 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

To be specific, it's a model of a first year Mustang coupe, known as a 1964 1/2 model. From LEGOLAND Florida Resort where it's on permanent display: Made out of 194,900 LEGO and DUPLO® bricks, the giant model (named #BrickPony) tookShow More Summary

This Is What A 10 Hour Flight Looks Like Condensed Into 150 Seconds

4 days agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

One of the best features of many smartphones, particularly the iPhone 6s, is the time-lapse feature. Recently, on an Austrian Airlines flight from Vienna to Washington D.C., I had an unexpected opportunity to capture a very amateur time-lapse of the entire 10 hour flight. Show More Summary

BuzzFeed’s Tasty Turns Its Food Gifs Into A Customizable Book

4 days agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

Tasty has turned gifs into gifts. The BuzzFeed-run food channel, which has amassed 75 million fans on Facebook and 1.6 million subscribers on YouTube with its simple-yet-satisfying collection of time-lapse cooking videos, is now available...Show More Summary

You look like you could use a peaceful nature time-lapse video (or 100)

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

We offer an oasis of serenity for you. Feel free to bookmark this page whenever anxiety surges, or the human race makes you despair. (more…)

Camera: The Ultimate Guide

How do you use the built-in Camera app for iPhone and iPad to take amazing photos, panoramas, bursts, time-lapses, videos, slo-mos, and more? We'll show you! If the iPhone — or iPad — is the best camera you have with you, Camera has to be one of the most important apps. Show More Summary

NASA released a stunning time-lapse of Saturn that shows the planet for 44-hours straight

Last April, NASA's Cassini spacecraft stared at Saturn for almost 44 hours straight. This time-lapse condenses those 44-hours into less than 2 minutes. Enjoy! Video courtesy of NASA Follow Tech Insider:   On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Photographer Mike Olbinski (previously featured here) spent 36...

Photographer Mike Olbinski (previously featured here) spent 36 days this past summer chasing storms around Phoenix, AZ to create his latest time-lapse video, “Monsoon III,” a spectacular reminder that summer storms are incredibly awesome: [via Sploid]

Watch the biggest supermoon in nearly 70 years rise over the largest space launch facility in the world

The biggest supermoon since 1948 took place on Nov. 14. Here's a beautiful time-lapse of the supermoon rising over the worlds first and largest operational space launch facility, Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Video courtesy of NASA Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Nest 'Instaclips' capture highlights with a single click

Time-lapse photography is super cool, but doing it yourself is a pretty involved undertaking. The folks at Nest want to take the work out of it though. With a new feature for Nest Aware subscribers you can make a short "instaclip" of the video footage it's grabbing. Show More Summary

Time-Lapse Of Japan Fixing A Five-Lane, 50-Foot Deep Sinkhole In A Week

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a timelapse video from Japan of work crews repairing a 100-foot wide, 50-foot deep sinkhole in the middle of a road over the course of a week. The sinkhole was caused by the digging of a new subway tunnel some 80 feet below the surface. Show More Summary

Supermoon and the Soyuz - Awesome Time-Lapse From Baikonur Cosmodrome | Video

On Nov. 14, 2016, NASA captured the full moon rising and the Soyuz MS-03 spacecraft. The moon was at its closest point to Earth since 1948 on that morning.

Here’s what the Philippe Starck streetlamps look like turning on

Nearing 20 years old, this time-lapse video shows what they look like when they swivel down just before dusk In those heady late ’90s dot-com days of San Francisco, the cosmos flowed freely and the Kozmo orders seemed like they would never end. Show More Summary

Stunning Time-Lapse Captures a Total Solar Eclipse in Norway

Never seen a total solar eclipse? György Soponyai has you covered. The post Stunning Time-Lapse Captures a Total Solar Eclipse in Norway appeared first on WIRED.

Watch Crystals Form in Front of Your Eyes

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

A time-lapse photographer showcases the beauty of chemistry.

This incredible time-lapse reveals how bridges are built in America

Modern-day bridge construction shares a little more than a passing resemblance to scuba diving. In this time lapse, filmed by EarthCam and released by Minnesota's Department of Transportation, shows the construction of the St. Croix Crossing. Show More Summary

Time-Lapse: Refraction

Air bends light. Well, OK, not exactly. A beam of light could pass through air all day long (as long as you have a layer of air 26 billion km long) and not deviate a whit. But if the density of that air changes, the light will bend.Show More Summary

New Gear: Nikon D5600 DSLR Adds Wireless Connectivity, But Not Yet In The USA

3 weeks agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Gear Wireless connectivity is a welcome addition to this mid-level DSLR The mid-level Nikon D5600 DSLR gets SnapBridge wireless connectivity and a dedicated time-lapse mode.

Watch this time-lapse of the Empire State Building revealing election results

We time-lapsed the election returns on the side of the Empire State Building in midtown Manhattan on election night. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

Tether Tools Case Relay – Location Time-Lapse Tool Made Right!

At every photo trade show, I search for innovation and design improvement from all the manufacturers. And of course that is their goal as well. Sometimes it’s inches, sometimes revolutionary. One of my favorite new products comes from the folks at Tether Tools®. They see a photographers needs, and rush in to solve the problem. […]

Saturn's Moon Titan - Moving Methane Clouds Captured By Spacecraft | Video

A time-lapse of 11 hours of observations by NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the clouds moving across the Titan's northern region. The imagery was taken on Oct. 29 and 30, 2016.

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