Time lapse videos are awesome. Rally is awesome. Here is an awesome time lapse of Citroen changing their car from gravel spec to tarmac spec. Awesome!
The New Safe Confinement structure has completed its move and now covers Reactor #4 building at Chernobyl. It is the largest mobile metal structure in the world.
Have a time lapse of the Stobart Focus WRC getting built.
This was quite interesting to watch, seeing how they converted a venue into a race track in 120 hours
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Brian DeFrees drives around....a lot. He's done several timelapse videos of him in his Honda Civic driving across the United States. He's most famous for his video of his "5-minute Trip Across America."
First post on Oppo in a while as the end of the summer has been a busy one. Finally got around to stringing a few thousand pictures together that I had taken in my old apartment prior to moving out. Hope y'all enjoy (HD is best, obviously). Constructive criticism is welcomed.
Have a 4 minute time lapse video showing the construction of the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge construction.
Yesterday I visited Joshua Tree National Park with my family. The scenery is incredible, and the rock formations towering. We stopped in a few different spots for a quick hike; an old-time cowboy galloping through would not have been out of place anywhere in the park, it's got a real 'frozen in time' feel to it.
Very cool video, and the ending shot right before credits roll is a literal jaw dropper. The video really makes me want to go somewhere tropical after waking up to -1F temperatures this morning. There are some amazing shots in the video including one where they mounted the camera on part of the rotating assembly in…
Filmmaker Cy Kuckenbaker is back to delight our eyeballs with a meticulously edited 4-minute video of traffic footage shot from San Diego's Washington Street bridge – which doesn't sound something you'd want to spend four minutes watching, but then maybe you don't know who Kuckenbaker is, or the time-(col)lapse…
It's just a simple timelapse of me commuting to work here in São Paulo. I'll try to improve my methods, this was my first try ever. I don't have a smartphone support, so I fixed it under the rear headrest. Towards the end, I went over a speedbump then it fell, pointing up. I was going to cut it out, but the effect was…
Here is a very cool video of the Boeing 777 assembly. My biggest reaction was in the paint shop. "That's a lot of paper!".
Very incredibly freaking cool!