With Horizon Zero Dawn, Guerrilla Games has capitalised on its technical acumen to deliver one of the most beautiful open world video games to date. The environment is massive both in scope and scale, featuring everything from vast deserts and dark forests to snowy mountain tops and abandoned skyscrapers. Show More Summary
This encouraging item for Monday’s edition of National Right to Life News Today will take under three minutes of your life and leave you smiling from ear to ear. The title of the video is “Lotte from birth to 12 years in 2 min. 45 sec,” and it appears at mercatornet.com. According to the brief […]
Winter Storm Niko hit New York City on the morning of February 9th. The city wound up with about 9" of snow — here's a time-lapse showing just how intense the snowfall got. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
The work that into this glorious video was as painstaking as you’d imagine.
A while back, Vincent Brady created an otherworldly time-lapse video featuring night skies captured via a special 4-camera rig. He since remastered the clip in 4K, added new effects, and improved its visual fidelity. Be sure to check out the 360º/VR companion piece.
This flat-pack shelter just won a major design award is already shipping to a handful of countries. The time-lapse assembly video is a marvel to behold.
With its imposing mountains, endless plateaus and echoing valleys, Norway is a country where nature takes the lead. Using time-lapse, this film attempts to capture the ebb and flow of the seasons and is a result of one year of planning,...Show More Summary
G.I Customs posted this cool time-lapse video that shows off the painstaking process of hand-machining a custom bronze and brass steampunk-style lighter. We would have liked to see how he created the skull design though. The post Making a Steampunk Lighter appeared first on The Awesomer.
The PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open is this week, which, if you’re not already familiar, is awesome news. (...)
This is amazing time-lapse footage of the March for Life yesterday. Hundreds of thousands of Americans who support the right to life of the unborn gathered in Washington, DC and
An amazing new time-lapse video shows thousands upon thousands of pro-life people marching for life through the streets of Washington D.C. It’s always difficult to capture the exact number of people who participate in the March for Life,the rally and various pro-life events in the nation’s capital throughout the day. But this tremendous video […]
If you've been in the mood to scream at the moon lately, perhaps this time-lapse video of a howling wolf emerging from a blob of clay will provide some catharsis. Or at least offer a bit of creative inspiration for a weekend project. The...Show More Summary
Using X-ray imaging, scientists have peered inside a pupa to capture time-lapse video of a maggot transforming into an adult blowfly.
Scientists used X-ray video imaging to observe several specimens of the bluebottle blowfly (Calliphora vicina) as they went through the transformation process.
Jack Fusco was a little worried. The weather on Hawaii Island wasn’t cooperating — it was rainy and cloudy — and he needed to bring back some great photos. It wasn’t that he was worried that people would mock him for puny pictures on Instagram or Facebook. Fusco is a professional photographer whose...
Lava flowing into the ocean is a magnificent sight. In December 2016, it was the first time in over 3 years that the lava flow was entering the ocean in Hawaii. Photographer Jack Fusco didn’t want to miss this opportunity. So, he checked weather reports, moon phases, and National Park Service website. Show More Summary
News The "Lavalapse" took a lot of prep work and planning to pull off. It was the first time in three years that the lava was hitting the ocean in that spot.
Video. Morten Rustad travelled 20,000km and took 20,000 photos over the course of an entire year to make this beyond impressive time-lapse of the seasons changing in Norway. Its beauty will take you away from all the nonsense going on in the world for a few moments -- it almost makes you want to leave everything behind and just live under the sky. More »
It's easy to see the magnitude of change over time while watching a time-lapse video. As this video cycles through composite satellite images of Earth, you can see the march and retreat of the Arctic ice across the seasons and over the years. Show More Summary
If you enjoy watching time-lapse videos, then you’ve heard of Morten Rustad. After his video “NORWAY – A Time-Lapse Adventure”, he now has a new gorgeous time-lapse video out. “SEASONS of NORWAY – A Time-Lapse Adventure” is recorded in 8K, and it covers 20,000 kilometers of a beautiful country of Norway. Show More Summary