Here’s a full year (almost*) version of my History of the Sky project:
Originally I only intended to show the full-year version nice and big as a projected installation, but I think it works well as an online video. However I encourage you to view it full-screen at 1080p! Here’s a direct link.
(* Actually, it’s 360 days, because easier to make a nice rectangle that way.)
A bit more about the project: I installed a custom camera rig on the roof of the Exploratorium museum in SF, which captured an image of the sky every 10 seconds, around the clock, for a year. From these images, I created an array of time-lapse movies, each showing a single day, arranged chronologically, and playing in sync. My intention was to reveal the patterns of light and weather over the course of a year. More info about the project here.
Here are some previous versions I made along the way. They have fewer days, but have better resolution per day. 126 days:
Some of my other time-lapse projects:
UPDATE: The Atlantic is featuring this video along with a short interview with me here.