We deliver quick turnaround time-lapse of Old Oak Common for the BBC, featuring as part of their special broadcast on the progress of High Speed 2.
Time-Lapse Systems news
No blogs or opinion pieces here, just the full Time-Lapse Systems news story archive. Go as far back as our first time-lapse projects (including the demolition of the Corkscrew roller coaster at Alton Towers) right up to the present day.
Time-Lapse Systems provide specialist short-term capture for Beckett Rankine as they deliver major expansion waterside works at Peel Ports Sheerness maritime facility.
Our managed time-lapse capture for the Airbus Mars rover continues, as we provide a bespoke viewing solution for a special public exhibition at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2019.
In our previous reports we have covered the wide varied applications and locations involved in our time-lapse UK work. Here, we take a look at time-lapse Scotland – a genre of work that we are particularly proud of.
We time-lapse major road traffic improvement works at Newcastle’s A19/ A1058 Coast Road Junction – a major Highways England scheme to install first ever three level junction in the North East.
We have, and continue to work, in many of the key areas across the Northern Powerhouse: Manchester, Liverpool, Hull, Leeds, Newcastle and Sheffield. As this economic strategy reaches a five year milestone, we reflect on how our time-lapse & video solutions are helping to capture pioneering progress in the North of England.
Ten years after Wimbledon’s iconic Centre Court roof, we time-lapse installation of a brand-new retractable roofing system over No.1 Court – London’s second-biggest tennis show court.
We continue to capture ongoing developments at Campbell Wharf Marina in Milton Keynes, following its grand opening in May.
Our long-term time-lapse solutions were used as part of a new Channel 4 series – Grand Designs: The Street – which follows 10 people as they design and build their own homes in Oxfordshire.
We have two camera systems currently in situ at Airbus’ Stevenage base, where the final assembly of the Rosalind Franklin rover is underway. Our very bespoke time-lapse camera set-up is helping to capture the 300kg robotic vehicle ahead of its 2020 launch.