Here’s an article Gizmodo posted about my tiny home workshop-in-a-pantry.
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A couple of my time-lapse pieces are playing on The BioWall, an outdoor public space art and education video installation featuring non-commercial, life sciences, artistic and educational programming, located in Silver Spring, Maryland (on Cameron St. near Spring St.).
The movie shown here is a panoramic time-lapse video I shot at Pier 14 in San Francisco:
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My time-lapse project, A History of the Sky, has been shortlisted in the “experimental” category of the 2012 Vimeo Festival and Awards. If you want to help out, please vote for my video! In fact, they allow people to vote once per day through 4/30, so vote often!
My video (viewed best at full screen):
About the Vimeo Awards:
The 2010 festival, hosted by Ze Frank:
Update: The full build instructions are available on the intervalometer project page on the Radio Shack DIY web site.
It uses a really simple interface: you dial in the speed you want, referring to the blinking LEDs, and switch it into “go!” mode when you want it to start taking pictures. Here it is in action:
This is another project I created for a series of print and video how-to “advertorials” I’m working on for Popular Mechanics and Radio Shack. There will be more detailed info on how to build your own when it goes to print (along with a video and detailed build instructions online).
The Exploratorium has a great series of events they put on in collaboration with Make Magazine and Pixar. They’re having another this Saturday from 10AM to 2PM, and the theme is time. I’ll have my multi-projector setup showing some of my Panoramic Time-Lapse pieces in the museum’s Tinkering Studio. (And they’ll continue to be on display for some time after the event.)
Here’s a post on Make Magazine’s blog about one of the earlier Open Makes I participated in.
I got a bit of coverage for some of my time-lapse projects lately. The Atlantic, KQED’s Climate Watch, and The Bay Citizen did write-ups on my History of the Sky project, and I did a phone interview with Discovery.com, which they included in this video about the project:
Also, Wired featured one of my panoramic time-lapse movies in an online video gallery.
I was about to shoot a time-lapse today and realized that I forgot the filter adapter for my G12. I did, however, have a coffee cup and some gaffers tape…