HyperlapseOctober 8, 2019
A hyperlapse is a time lapse from a moving camera position.
The movement may include pan, tilt, elevation and/or zoom. By pre-programming a remotely piloted aircraft (camera ‘drone’), a specific aerial flightpath can be replicated over hours, day, months or years.
Sequences can be created from a series of images (taken at regular intervals), played in rapid succession as a video. These can be matched with computer graphics of a construction project to demonstrate an ‘extrusion’ of the building from its foundations!
Digital Tsunami produces hyperlapse sequences with music and captions to provide dramatic impact.
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