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Hyper Drive Yurikamome: Mirrored Hyperlapse of Tokyo’s Automated Transit System

Hyper Drive Yurikamome: Mirrored Hyperlapse of Tokyos Automated Transit System trains Tokyo timelapse public transportation

Hyper Drive Yurikamome: Mirrored Hyperlapse of Tokyos Automated Transit System trains Tokyo timelapse public transportation

Hyper Drive Yurikamome: Mirrored Hyperlapse of Tokyos Automated Transit System trains Tokyo timelapse public transportation

This fun hyperlapse video was shot on Tokyo’s fully-automated Yurikamome transit system by a photographer/filmmaker who goes by darwinfish105. The visuals in the video were achieved using an array of mirror and vertical flip effects in Adobe Premiere. You might remember similar videos shot by Daihei Shibata and Craig Shamala from back in 2010, however this new video seems to have been shot predominantly from the front/back of the train giving the video a somewhat different feel. If you liked this you might also enjoy these transit photos by Céline Ramoni, also taken on board the Yurikamome. (via faith is torment)

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Amazing Graffiti Writing Time-lapse of Sofles in Melbourne

Amazing Graffiti Writing Time lapse of Sofles in Melbourne timelapse graffiti

Amazing Graffiti Writing Time lapse of Sofles in Melbourne timelapse graffiti

Somewhere in Melbourne there is a giant decaying warehouse now covered in some two dozen pieces by graffiti writer Sofles. Filmed and edited by Celina Mills, this impressive time-lapse shot over an indeterminate amount of time (this has to have taken more than a day, right?) documents Sofles as he whips out tags and more complex graffiti paintings in a seemingly limitless variety of styles, texture and color. (via stellar)

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A Massive Rotating Supercell Filmed Near Booker, Texas by Mike Olbinski

A Massive Rotating Supercell Filmed Near Booker, Texas by Mike Olbinski weather timelapse Texas rain

On June 3rd of this year after four years of trying, Arizona photographer and storm chaser Mike Olbinski finally got the shot he’d been searching for: the formation of a gigantic rotating supercell. After four trips to the central plains since 2010, Oblinski and friend Andy Hoeland were tracking storms in northern Texas last week when they spotted this unbelievable cloud formation. The duo were actually forced to drive right through the storm system (which didn’t spawn a tornado) to obtain this unworldly footage that might as well have been shot on Jupiter, but in the end it was all worth it. Make sure to view it in HD, full-screen, and you can read more about the once-in-a-lifetime encounter over on his blog. (via vimeo)

Update: Olbinski is offering the photo above as a print.

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Frenetic Urban Time-lapse Videos of Shanghai, Vietnam and Kuala Lumpur by Rob Whitworth

Frenetic Urban Time lapse Videos of Shanghai, Vietnam and Kuala Lumpur by Rob Whitworth  Vietnam timelapse Shanghai Kuala Lumpur

Frenetic Urban Time lapse Videos of Shanghai, Vietnam and Kuala Lumpur by Rob Whitworth  Vietnam timelapse Shanghai Kuala Lumpur

Frenetic Urban Time lapse Videos of Shanghai, Vietnam and Kuala Lumpur by Rob Whitworth  Vietnam timelapse Shanghai Kuala Lumpur

It is almost impossible these days to click around the web without running into the work of filmmaker and architectural photographer Rob Whitworth who spends months at a time filming immersive time-lapse videos in some of Asia’s largest cities. Whitworth is currently based in Shanghai where he recently completed his latest film, This is Shangai in conjunction with JT Singh. While often extremely fast-paced it’s amazing to see the filmmaker’s camera move so effortlessly through space, a trick he achieves with the use of extremely high-powered telephoto lenses and other filming techniques. I’ve included two additional videos above which you many have seen elsewhere but are certainly worth another view.

Update: You can read a great interview with Rob over at Asia Blog.

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30 Hour Drawing Time-lapse by Paul White

30 Hour Drawing Time lapse by Paul White timelapse drawing decay cars

30 Hour Drawing Time lapse by Paul White timelapse drawing decay cars

I love to watch artists work and this time-lapse video by Australian artist Paul White white is no exception. Filmed by Johnny Blank over 30 hours it captures White working on a pencil drawing of a single wrecked vehicle, a theme of transportation meets decay that plays a prominent role in much of his artwork. The video was shown as part of a recent presentation at Semi-Permanent in Sydney earlier this month and is best viewed full-screen with HD turned on so you can see the finer details. See much more of his work here.

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Magnetic Putty is Completely Amazing/Terrifying

Magnetic Putty is Completely Amazing/Terrifying timelapse science magnets

Magnetic Putty is Completely Amazing/Terrifying timelapse science magnets

Magnetic Putty is Completely Amazing/Terrifying timelapse science magnets

Magnetic putty is just like any other putty in that you can handle it, sculpt it, and squeeze it in a fist as you visualize your enemies. But place it anywhere near a strong magnetic field and it will SPONTANEOUSLY ANIMATE and move to consume anything magnetic in its path like a voracious mutated slug. In fact the putty won’t stop moving until the object has been equally engulfed on all sides. PBS Digital Studios and Shanks FX used the putty in parts of their recent film short SCI-FLY, and just posted this extended cut of special effects shots that explore its heinous capabilities. To be fair, these clips are sped up quite a bit as the actual motion of the putty consuming other objects is only faintly perceptible in real time. Want to experiment with magnetic putty yourself? Get it here.

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Fasten Your Seatbelt Before Watching this Google Street View Hyperlapse

Fasten Your Seatbelt Before Watching this Google Street View Hyperlapse video timelapse Google

Fasten Your Seatbelt Before Watching this Google Street View Hyperlapse video timelapse Google

The folks over at Teehan+Lax have just released a new tool (you’ll need Google Chrome and a pretty kickin’ internet connection) that lets you scrape public data from Google Street View to create sweeping hyperlapse videos. What’s a hyperlapse? Via Teehan+Lax:

Hyper-lapse photography—a technique combining time-lapse and sweeping camera movements typically focused on a point-of-interest—has been a growing trend on video sites. It’s not hard to find stunning examples on Vimeo. Creating them requires precision and many hours stitching together photos taken from carefully mapped locations. We aimed at making the process simpler by using Google Street View as an aid, but quickly discovered that it could be used as the source material. It worked so well, we decided to design a very usable UI around our engine and release Google Street View Hyperlapse.

The team turned their new UI over to one of their motion designers, Jonas, who made the stunning clip above. Incredible. Some other great examples of art made with Google Street View: Address is Approximate and this clip from Giacomo Miceli. (via it’s nice that)

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