LEGO is an iconic brand which continues to capture the imaginations of old and new generations alike. We reflect on 5 of our projects from a decade’s worth of time-lapse featuring this much-loved toy.
Tag: Legoland Discovery Centre
A month on from Wicker Man’s grand opening at Alton Towers this weekend – the first UK roller coaster of its kind in over 20 years – we report on our long-term & rapid interval time-lapse video from its construction.
These are just some of the famous landmarks we have captured using time-lapse – but not in their usual guise. As the toy manufacturer celebrates another milestone, we look at projects we have worked on that heavily involve the iconic Lego brick.
In this instalment of “Time-Lapse Trends” we cover the fun and adaptable toy that is Lego – something that our own camera systems have captured on many occasions.
THE Abeno Harukas – Japan’s tallest skyscraper – has been immortalised in Lego bricks.
Nine months in the making, our time-lapse camera system captured the model’s full build from June 2014 to September 2014.
The Minifigure-scale tower is now in transit from Legoland’s model building workshop in Windsor to a brand new Discovery Centre in Osaka.
Our time-lapse of the Lego model construction of Boston’s Fenway Park Stadium has been seen across the USA. In just a few days, the video sequence has been featured by USA Today, has been used by numerous TV stations including WBTV and Fox, and has currently received well over 100,000 YouTube hits in the short time since its launch…
We have just completed our 6th HD Time Lapse and Site Monitoring project for Legoland.
This time, we were at Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester to capture
the building of a new Star Wars Miniland attraction. The build and
installation took place over several weeks, and the attraction is now open to the public.
Legoland will be using the time-lapse film to showcase the skill of their builders and model-makers in assembling the attraction. The display is made up of over 250,000 bricks and 2,000 minifigs, and took 2,000 man-hours to create!…
During October, November and December of 2011 we had a time-lapse camera system capturing the construction of a remarkable Lego model of the Tokyo Sky Tree. The model was pieced together by the model builders at the main model building studio at Legoland in Windsor…
Our latest time-lapse project for Legoland was to cover the construction of an amazing model of the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, constructed entirely from Lego. Our time lapse camera system was installed to cover every stage of the building of the model, and at the project’s completion we produced a time-lapse sequence of the entire process from start to end…
We begin a time-lapse project for the new Legoland Discovery Centre in Manchester. We will time-lapse the building of two models at Legoland’s main workshops in Windsor. The two model constructions to be time-lapsed are a model of the Blackpool Tower and a model of the Midland’s Hotel.