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100 Days in 100 Seconds: Life of an Apartment Building

By 20 January 2009 No Comments


The movie below by Holgar Vaga details an apartment building over 100 days. The movie was created by taking a photograph at the same time everyday from the same position, lining the camera up using a known focus point. It creates a unqiue look at the architecture over time, in some ways the apartment building almost feels ‘stuck’ in the position as the seasons change and life goes on around it:


Changing Seasons timelapse HDR (frame fill) from Holger Vaga on Vimeo.

Take a look at Holgar’s Flickr stream for more images – a really nice concept.

Andy

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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2500 Castle Dr
Manhattan, NY

T: +216 (0)40 3629 4753
E: hello@themenectar.com