Time-lapse video from Titanic

by Joe on Jun. 10th, 2009

Thor posted a few days ago about the Discovery Channel show Time Lapse and its use of high-speed cameras to catch super fast stuff and slow it down so it is visible.

We recently experimented with the opposite here. The Titanic exhibit has a two-ton piece of the ship's hull on display, and we did a time-lapse video of the installation - seeding up a slow process, the opposite of Thor's post. Check it out.

And if you are interested in this kind of stuff, check out the web site for our exhibit Playing With Time which gives visitors the tools to speed up or slow down time to allow us to see stuff that is usually too fast or too slow to perceive.

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