Kyle Martin, of the popular YouTube channel "Kyle Martin Tech: GoPro Tips and Tricks", had a chance to spend some time with our BlinkX time lapse controller and SolarX solar enclosure. View the video to hear what he had to say.
Last year, we featured ahighway construction time lapsedone by Utah Department of Transportation that was submitted byBobby Gibsonof InBlue Productions. The first video was a progress video that illustrated one piece of a much larger pie.This project turned a highwayinto a freeway-style road, which consisted of building ramps/underpasses for all the busy cross streets for the highway.
UpBlink is a time lapse intervalometer and scheduler that allows for image upload. It provides all the things you know and love about BlinkX: 4K quality, is easy to deploy, allows for remote monitoring, lowest total cost of ownership... but expands its capability to uploading images to the cloud via CloudX Pro.
Our customers frequently submit examples of unique ways they're using time lapse to highlight their construction projects. They're bringing each project to life in creative ways. We highlight five of the most unique construction time lapse videos that we've received so far that utilize our products.
CamDo customer Nick Henry at Drone Life Aerials shared footage of his recent construction time lapse project with us. The video mixes both time lapse and aerial footage to capture a roofing and waterproofing construction project and used our BlinkX Time Lapse Controller, a GoPro HERO5 camera and a Solar Enclosure to capture the time lapse images.
We’re continually in awe at the cool time lapse videos, projects and applications that we receive from our customers. From the construction of massive gas tankers to the completion of building murals, our customers are creatively capturing the world around them with time lapse photography. Here are five of our favorite project features over the last few years.
CamDo customer Tony Leja recently shared footage of the construction of a 25 unit tiny home community for those in need in Detroit, MI. Leja used Blink and a GoPro HERO4; and the project has been running for 15 months. So far, seven homes are completed, six are under construction and they expect to complete the project this spring.
ShootX is a purpose-built time lapse camera that is an even more cost effective option that offers 2.6K quality. CloudX is a state-of-the-art online time lapse platform that offers wireless upload, monitoring and even automatic time lapse movie generation (Cloud Pro). They're both here. And we'd like to tell you about them.
CamDo team member Yarin recently shot this gorgeous time lapse while on an early season backcountry snowboarding trip. While putting in his first few turns of the season, he also wanted to put BlinkX to the test in some cold weather.