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Learn how to trigger your GoPro based on a GPS position / distance travelled, an Arduino and the CamDo Blink camera controller. Complete with an LCD display this is a fun and straight forward project.
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Peter Drury has been tasked with documenting the building of an inner city park from the Hamilton New Zealand local government authority. Using Blink and a Solar Enclosure, not only does he create impressive construction time lapse photography of the project, but he weaves different angles of both time lapse and straight video together to create a truly interesting perspective of the work. 
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CamDo CEO Todd McCann sits down with one of our customers, photographer Sev Samulski, to talk about his experience particularly regarding time lapse.
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CamDo Engineer Kyle walks through how to trigger your GoPro camera using an accelerometer from Sparkfun and our Blink controller.
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CamDo customer Nick Holshouser recently sent us some gorgeous footage taken from Blue Ridge Parkway in Pisgah National Park, North Carolina. Check out his videos and a short interview. 
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CamDo Solutions founder, PeterJennings, captured this curious snapping turtle staring down his GoPro camera at Stony Lake in Ontario, Canada using our Underwater Wifi Cable.
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Customer Cla Tschenett recently shared the final video showing the construction and capabilities of his family’s company,Tschenett AG. They decided to build a new hall/workshop in their village of Müstair, Switzerland to have more space for the daily business: roof constructing, plumbing and heating installations. The new hall is large enough to allow growth to a new offering: Waterjet cutting. 
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There are many great things about the GoPro camera, hence why it was one of the biggest disruptors in recent tech history. However, despite it’s accolades, there are still some common misconceptions about GoPro cameras.
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Douglas MacAyeal is studying the impact of supraglacial lakes on ice-shelf stability on the McMurdo Ice Shelf in Antarctica (project number PLR-1443126) and has tested and will use Blink in his efforts. He sheds some light on this project and how he's landed on the right time lapse equipment for this project.
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Time lapse photography allows you to capture many hours or even years into a couple of minutes of video. But to get it right there are a number of key issues that need to be considered in planning your shoot. Don’t be afraid, it’s all common sense, we just want to help maximise your chances of time lapse success!
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Derrick Lytle is back with a beautiful season time lapse to show the transition from winter to spring in Zion National Park using our Blink time lapse controller, Solar Enclosure and GoPro HERO3+ camera.
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