Cranes, diggers, cherry pickers, excavation equipment and other tools are part and parcel of the construction environment. Here’s how time-lapse is applied to capture such work at its best.
DIY projects are somewhat of a trend – and so are the time-lapse videos documenting their craft. We feature some incredible examples.
One of the UK’s leading building contractors is once again benefitting from our remote site monitoring services as we capture their new projects across the country. We are now operating on a camera system on our 10th Kier site…
Capturing projects for higher education across the UK
OUR time-lapse camera systems and site monitoring services continue to be utilised by educational institutions.
We recently finished a dual-camera system job for South Essex College, capturing the construction of their new Thurrock campus.
Construction of a plain office building can now run into the millions, which means a tightening budget for a number of top firms.
Guaranteeing efficiency for as low cost as possible is one thing, but there are now products that can turn a low cost expenditure into a long-term investment – that reaps rewards.
Our camera looks over Horse Guards Parade towards St James’ Park and The Mall. The temporary Building which Lemon Drop have built can be seen on the Parade Ground, to the right of the frame, with Admiralty House behind it…
All is going well as we continue our time-lapse project for Legoland at their main model building workshop in Windsor. The model builders have been working quickly as we take a frame every few minutes to ensure a great time-lapse sequence that will capture every detail of the build. We have made the images available for our clients at Legoland to view through our server and via our new smartphone enabled viewer.
After preparing and testing out a time-lapse camera system for Legoland, we installed it yesterday in the main model building workshop in Windsor. We installed on a specially constructed scaffold to get the camera system in an ideal position to capture the building of a major Lego model destined for the U.S.A.