london timelapse

London Cycle Hire Timelapse

Oliver O’Brien, a Research Associate here at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis has updated his excellent London Cycle Hire map to include a historic view of the last 48 hours. As Ollie states over on his Suprageography blog, the distinctive weekday commuting patterns are easy to spot, with the…

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24 Hours in London: A Timelapse

24 Hours in London: A Timelapse

Ed Ratcliffe is a rather good 16 year old film maker, his most recent film ’24 Hours in London’ captures the pulse of the city with some superb timelapses: 24 Hours in London: A Timelapse Film from Ed Ratcliffe on Vimeo. Ed is behind ‘Slender Films’ you can keep up…

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London Timelapse: Fluffy Clouds and Full Moon

The timelapse above is the latest from the HD webcam housed on a roof in Camden Town – note the full moon rising above the cityscape towards the end of the clip. An image was grabbed every 5 seconds to create the movie. London TimeLapse – Full Moon from digitalurban…

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London Timelapse: Aircraft and Smoke

London Timelapse: Aircraft and Smoke from digitalurban on Vimeo.The timelapse above was captured on April 26th 2009 – note the advertising plane circling the London skyline and the fire that breaks out half way through the movie. Music by Fragile ‘Float on Clouds’ over at unsigned bands. Captured using a…

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London (harder, better, faster, stronger)

David Hubert wanted to make a video of London but I didn’t have a camcorder, so he took pictures instead. In fact he took more then 3000 pictures and put them all together into a video lasting less then 2 minutes with excellent results: London (harder, better, faster, stronger) from…

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A Summers Day in London: High Definition Timelapse

The movie above is entitled ‘London in Summer’ we have increased our capture rate to 1 frame every 5 seconds and self encoded the movie to .flv format while we wait for our Vimeo allowance to update. Moving to 5 frames per second allows for a smoother timelapse although it…

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High Definition Cloud Timelaspe: July 4th 2008

Our high definition cloud timelapse system installed on a roof overlooking the London skyline seems to be working well. Capturing at 1600×1200 pixels every 10 seconds we collect approximately 9000 images a day which are then processed at 30 frames per second to create a timelapse film in high definition….

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