Using selfies over 15-years to create a time-lapse video is one thing, Boxlapse decided to take photos of a pinecone seed growing over 300-days. The result? A small pine tree sprouted, but it will take a bit longer to grow into something you’d decorate for Christmas.
At the beginning of this year, two Insta360 X2 action cameras were launched into space aboard a solar-powered satellite and both are now orbiting the planet, capturing incredible 360° views of the stars, the Milky Way, and Earth. This is officially the first time ever a 360° action camera has reached outer space.
First unveiled at CES 2016, the Kodak Super 8 Camera has finally become a reality, but it will set you back a hefty $5,495 USD. This limited edition film camera features a microSD card slot for audio recordings, a swiveling 4-inch LCD viewfinder, a built-in audio recording system, and an external microphone.
Here’s a first look at CinePI, an open-source Raspberry Pi cinema camera that could potentially be used to make award winning films. It consists of a 3D-printed enclosure, a Raspberry Pi 4 board with a 12.3MP Sony IMX477 HQ camera module, a 4.0-inch touchscreen display, a Zero2Go power supply (4 x 18650 cells), and a Notcua fan.
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Photographer Jack Fisher shot countless time-lapse videos with his Canon 5D Mark IV camera, so it only made sense to turn the 3.5-million photos into an incredible ‘Sequences’ short film. The production company he works for makes after-movies for the Ultra Music Festival, so he travels extensively.
When is a Hot Wheels toy not just something you race around a track? When Max Imagination turns one into a functional FPV R/C car. This 1:64 scale project is based on Arduino boards, including an ESP32 WiFi microprocessors to run web applications for both car control and the First-Person-View video feed.