CamDo customer Jon Hunwick recently shared some incredible construction time lapse footage of Area 27 Motorsports Park.
As producer of Asymetriq Productions Inc., Jon captured the long process of building a race track by using our Solar and Blink time lapse solution (now upgraded to SolarX and BlinkX.) As you can see in the clip below, the results are both very precise and quite cinematic, with great attention to detail. Their GoPro setup ensured that his construction time lapse footage got recorded accurately and efficiently, specially for an outdoor large scale projects like this.
Located on the Okanagan Valley in beautiful British Columbia, the Area 27 circuit opened its tracks in 2016. The track was designed by the champion auto racing driver Jacques Villeneuve, stretching at a span of 4.83 kilometres and 16 corners. Area 27 certainly takes full advantage of it's picturesque location, making a race feel like a nice country drive. The Formula 1 star's project was a success, with sold out memberships and future plans for an expansion.
Both clips above offer an interesting view of the Area 27 construction project from start to finish. We really enjoy watching projects like these come to life, through different angles and perspectives using time lapse. Not only did they do a great job monitoring the construction progress from all angles, but also framed the camera in a perfect cinematic shot as well. Make sure to check out the rest of this 6 part series, where Asymetriq Productions partners up with Telus to tell us the full story of Area 27.
If you're interested construction time lapse packs for your next big project, click here. For those new to time lapse, make sure to check out our tutorial on how to get started. You can also contact us with questions about your next project - we're always available to help!
Jon Hunwick is a producer for Asymetriq Productions Inc. - a boutique, full-service production company focused on the cinematic. From feature films and television series to promotional campaigns and viral videos, they live and breathe quality.
When you hear "reef restoration", you likely tend to think about coral reefs and other underwater habitats in places like Australia or in South America, but the fact is that there are reefs of all different kinds (not just coral) throughout the world's oceans that are monitored, restored, and protected.
CamDo customer, Dr. Jon Svendsen with the Danish National Institute of Aquatic Resources, is part of one of these reef restoration projects, and recently shared the underwater time lapse footage from his team's current Marine Habitat Restoration project.