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Timelapse is a tool widely used on construction sites, below you can find out the main uses of a video made with this technique. Your construction site summarized with a time lapse of a few seconds can be the decisive communication or marketing tool


Follow the progress and evolution of the works

Time lapse is a monitoring technique that is often used on construction sites, both for construction and demolition. The device used takes photographs at regular intervals of time and then everything is assembled into a single video. In this way it is possible to see the progress, the evolution, the changes of what is being filmed. The result is a short video that gives the idea of ​​speeding up time. Hours or days are summarized in a timelapse video of a few seconds, click here to see some.

Telling the birth of an event

Time lapse allows you to tell the birth of an event like never before: the construction of a stage for a concert, the construction of a great work, the inauguration of a new shopping center; all this and much more can be collected by time lapse devices to create a movie that perfectly summarizes the birth of something great.

Follow the demolition process of a building

The demolition of a building or a production plant are often spectacular events that can be summed up in an equally satisfying way with time lapse technology. Weeks of dismantling work can therefore be reviewed in seconds and used as a marketing tool at the same time.

The birth of a great work destined to last is immortal

Great works often involve many people and hours of work even in multiple construction sites, which is why time lapse is the perfect tool both to monitor the construction site and to have an overview of a monumental work. A way to make these colossal constructions more tangible and human

Immortalize the creation of a work of art

Art and technology meet in time lapse movies to summarize the incredible work of each artist, from the musician in the studio who wants to show the time taken to get to the painter who paints on the canvas. We at timelapse lab have created this video for the artwork "Walk of Peace" in order to summarize 500 hours of work in a few seconds to enter the Guinness World Record with art.

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