Clouds Boiling

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July 17, 2020 · 1 min

Taylor Institute forum theatre conversion timelapse

The forum in the Taylor Institute converts from a gymnasium-sized flat-floor active learning classroom into a 336-seat theatre for keynotes and special events. A video is embedded here, but may not be displayed on a preview or if your browser does not support the video tag.

May 31, 2016 · 1 min

NW Calgary Bicycle Commute Timelapse

A 15km ride from UofC to Deepest NW Calgary - only a couple of blocks worth of marked bicycle lanes, and a couple km of separated pathways. I used a helmet-mounted GoPro Hero 4 Silver set to shoot a 4K timelapse with frames recorded every second, played back at 30fps. Nice.

August 26, 2015 · 1 min

constructioncam test

Just processed a quick time-lapse test, using the camera 1 that we installed to monitor construction of the new digs. This’ll work nicely… Now, to test a few video hosting platforms, to see which one mangles the video the least… ** YouTube version: ** MediaCore version: ** Vimeo version: ** original H.263 .mov file also, holy smokes does YouTube compress video files, even at “HD” quality. yikes. Facebook looks janky and won’t seem to embed at full width....

May 4, 2014 · 1 min

train ride through calgary

the City of Calgary Route Ahead project's twitter feed just posted a link to this awesome timelapse of a C-Train ride from the far northwest terminal (near my house), past my office (right before the first tunnel), through downtown, and then to the Deep South. I love me some HD timelapse train videos...

January 30, 2013 · 1 min

Banff Timelapse

There's a webcam on the top of Sulphur Mountain in Banff. It's an HD webcam - the first I've seen - and it's running 24/7/365. I've been running a script to grab every image for the last week (they only update every 5 minutes, so it's not that much data), and I periodically convert the stills into a timelapse movie. I just took a look at the timelapse for November 29, which was a pretty nice day here in Calgary....

December 1, 2006 · 1 min