These are some time-lapse videos I made from a great tutorial outlining how to use a TI programmable calculator as an intervalometer. I was really pleased with the design and the results. Update 3/30/2010: I built my own intervalometer using an arduino, so I don't use the calculator anymore. Basically, a picture is taken at regular intervals for a long time. Those pictures then become the frames of a video that essentially speeds up time. The video timescales vary from 10 minutes to 2 weeks.

Once you have all your images, it can be a pain to create a nice looking video from all those pictures. I wrote a how-to for creating timelapse videos using three pieces of software: Movie Maker, QuickTime, and (my favorite) mencoder.

All copyright 2009 Trevor Shannon.

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Clouds at UAF (panning)
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Plant After Watering
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Daffodil Bud
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MIT Green Building
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HDR Clouds
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Clouds over the Bay Bridge
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San Francisco East Bay Clouds
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South Mountains State Park
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Wilting Flowers
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Clouds over UAF
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Infrared Clouds
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Sprouting Thyme
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Sun Tracking
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Christmas Morning
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Myrtle Beach
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Sprouting Pea
Construction Crane
My Workspace
Dusk in the City
Snowball Melting
Ice Cube Melting
Intersection at Night