Hundreds of time-lapse projects
Since 2007, Time-Lapse Systems have worked on over 200 projects in the Greater London Urban Area. We cover large-scale office and shop works to smaller residential builds and one-off events.
Our London time-lapse work has taken us to some of the capital’s most prestigious locations. We’ve installed in Leicester Square, Strand, Oxford Street, Battersea, and the Square Mile to name but a few.
Bespoke camera systems and tailored site monitoring services
We build every camera system to the bespoke specifications of the project. Location, duration and fixing position are just some of the many factors we consider before any installation.
Our experienced team are always ready to help provide our innovative time-lapse solutions to new and existing clients across London. Please contact us with your needs and we will be happy to help.
Time-Lapse Services in London
London Time-lapse Spotlight Projects
Wimbledon Court 1 Roof – Sir Robert McAlpine
Working with the main contractor Sir Robert McAlpine at the prestigious London venue we produced a three-minute time-lapse video documenting the incredible installation of the new roof at No.1 Court, Wimbledon.
Our camera systems documented the development from start to finish – capturing nearly 100,000 of the highest quality images over several months.
During the build the full time-lapse archive was available to the client via our iRis 4.0 viewing portal which enabled Wimbledon to regularly share images with press and on their website and via social media.
Royal Albert Hall
We were extremely proud to continue our work collaborating with one of London’s grandest concert halls, the prestigious Royal Albert Hall working on ‘The Great Excavation’.
Since back in February 2017 we have been capturing the excavation over 5,000m³ of earth to create space for a new state-of-the-art two-story underground space for visiting artists, crew and promoters.
Our bespoke iRis viewer gave the client full coverage from start to finish allowing them to embed the video into their website so the public could follow the progress of this long-term project.
Our most recent time-lapse video charts the entire journey from start to finish.