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.
There are a few things synonymous with the town of Tofino, on Canada’s West Coast, including but certainly not limited to: surf culture, the rugged coastline, rain, refreshing, cold waters, Shelter Restaurant, Tacofino, Hot Springs, fishing and we bet that the newly opened Shed Restaurant becomes one, too!
The construction time lapse footage of Shed Restaurant featured in this blog was captured over 5 months using our purpose-built ShootX time lapse camera and CloudX Pro for remote monitoring of the construction site.
CamDo customer Bobby Gibson, who has been featured twice before in our blog, including this bridge construction time lapse project and this solar panel installation time lapse, recently shared his overview of the CamDo long term time lapse tools he has been using to capture his construction time lapse footage, namely the SolarX Time Lapse Enclosure.
CamDo Solutions has released CamDoMachine, our free time lapse software, to help you to create time lapse footage easily, quickly, and without bloated software.
Our time lapse software was designed to be simple to use: CamDoMachine can take images from any source, including ShootX, as opposed to other time lapse software like GoPro Studio: it is a powerful tool, but it only allows the use of GoPro footage.
The best part about CamDoMachine? It's completely free!
CamDo Solutions is excited to announce the first step in our integration with one of the leading construction management software platforms: Procore. Now, the best in quality and value in construction time lapse solutions that you've come to expect from CamDo, integrates seamlessly, quickly, and at the touch of a button with Procore's trusted, universal platform.
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 designed by Jacques Villeneuve.
CamDo customer Seth Larson recently shared some amazing home construction time lapse footage using our Blink setup. His company specializes in creating beautiful home remodeling projects in San Diego, CA.
Customer Trevor Walker shared an in-progress clip of a construction time lapse project he's working on in of a demolition and construction of an office and fabrication plant for a supplier of specialist equipment to the gas and oil industry. He was approached to handle this project after completing a six month project for another fabrication plant for hydraulic equipment on the same industrial estate.