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Meta-LEGO Brick

Meta-LEGO Brick

Master builders at LEGO America HQ paid tribute to the 60th anniversary of the brick by constructing a 10-foot-tall, 1200 pound statue of a red 2×4 brick, using over 133,000 bricks. Now they just need to build a bunch more of these to build an even bigger LEGO brick.

7-Year Solar Time-lapse

7-Year Solar Time-lapse

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has been capturing high-def images of our sun for more than 7 years. Here’s footage captured by two of their systems – the larger one showing visible light, the smaller one showing extreme UV light, and the line graph displays sunspot activity.

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Assembling a 17x17x17 Rubik’s Cube

Assembling a 17x17x17 Rubik’s Cube

After tearing down an insanely complicated 17x17x17 Rubik’s Cube, puzzlemaster Tony Fisher managed to acheive something far more daunting – painstakingly putting the thousands of individual pieces back together into a working puzzle.

Drawing a Bio-Mechanical Crab

Drawing a Bio-Mechanical Crab

An engrossing time-lapse short showing artist Steeven Salvat as he creates an intricate pen and ink illustration, a drawing of a mechanical-biological hybrid crustacean. Check out the completed image and others from the series on his Behance page.

Sculpting a Demogorgon

Sculpting a Demogorgon

Watch as sculptor LoreCraft transforms a hunk of styrofoam, clay, mesh, and paints into a detailed bust of the nightmare-inducing demogorgon from Stranger Things. Those teeth still get us every time. Oh, and watch the volume on your speakers at 5:00.

Burger Time-lapse Battle

Burger Time-lapse Battle

Temponaut Timelapse conducted an experiment to see whether a fast food hamburger or one made from fresh, organic ingredients would decompose faster. It’s fascinating to see the cross-contamination when they’re placed in the same chamber.

Building a Log Cabin Solo

Building a Log Cabin Solo

My Self Reliance is an avid outdoorsman and loves doing what he calls “real life Minecraft.” Watch him spend around six months splitting wood and building a cabin all by his lonesome and using only hand tools. We’re both envious and tired after watching his time-lapse.

Pokémon Draw ‘Em All! Poster

Pokémon Draw ‘Em All! Poster

Artist Christopher Cayco spent about 350 hours over 42 days drawing more than 1,100 Pokémon – all 807 of the world famous critters plus variations and special forms. He must hate Eevee now. Don’t believe him? He actually documented his drawing process.

The Beatles Aging Together

The Beatles Aging Together

Watch the Fab Four go from fresh-faced youth down to two remaining knights as their hits play in the background. YouTuber Angel Nene says they used dozens of photos from different sources to create the morphing effect. Cue the Sir Paul McCartney conspiracy theorists.

Galaxies Vol. II

Galaxies Vol. II

Astro-photographer Adrien Mauduit traveled to different countries and used some of the latest equipment to capture unbelievable views of various galaxies. The soundtrack makes the sights even more epic. Check out Adrien’s first compilation here.

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch

Photographer Jesse Watson captured some stunning time-lapse imagery of a recent launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket as it lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base. The visuals are a stark contrast to the crummy dash cam video that’s been going viral.

Inner Circle Sketch

Inner Circle Sketch

Artist Leontine van vliet will quickly captivate you as she sketches out a little pastel drawing inside of a circle traced from a tape roll. The original YouTube video gives away the surprise too early, hence the sped-up gfycat version.

Building the Kelpies

Building the Kelpies

A few years back, we saw breathtaking images of The Kelpies, a pair of 98-foot-tall horse sculptures in Falkirk, Scotland. Now you can see how they came together in this wonderful time-lapse by Walid Salhab, who captured over 120,000 individual images to complete the film.

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NYC Layer-Lapse

NYC Layer-Lapse

Photographer Julian Tryba shot multiple time-lapses of New York City at different times of day, then layered them together to create a new version of Manhattan where day and night are one. It took him over 350 hours of filming to capture a total of 232,000 photos.

Making Pickle Rick with a 3D Pen

Making Pickle Rick with a 3D Pen

3D printing pens aren’t as magical or user-friendly as we first thought. But 3D Pen Lab shows us that what these gadgets can do… with enough practice and imagination. Watch them make a surprisingly detailed Pickle Rick in this time-lapse.

Monsoon IV

Monsoon IV

Photographer Mike Olbinski spent 35 days, drove over 13,000 miles, and captured over 110,000 frames chasing down storms in the desert southwest to bring us his latest video, a mindblowing demonstration of nature’s fury – and its beauty when viewed from afar.

Cinque Terre: Time-lapse

Cinque Terre: Time-lapse

There is something about this time of year and the light in Italy. It is like no other, and Casper Rolsted captures it and much, much more in this beautifully edited time-lapse of the five small villages on the rugged Italian Riviera known as the Cinque Terre.

Robot Vacuum Time-lapse Dance

Robot Vacuum Time-lapse Dance

CirrusPilot has an awfully impressive mancave – a hangar which which packs fancy cars, a massive video screen, a jetski, and a single-engine airplane. He also employs a menagerie of six robot vacuums to keep the place tidy, and shared this video of them doing their chores.

LEGO Millennium Falcon Speed Build

LEGO Millennium Falcon Speed Build

For those of us who don’t have the time (or the money) to build the 7500+ piece LEGO 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon set ourselves, Benjamin Große has condensed the process down to a 2-minute time-lapse. Check out BrickBuilder’s 52-minute video if you want more detail.

30 Day Time-lapse at Sea

30 Day Time-lapse at Sea

Seaman JeffHK’s latest video is comprised of about 80,000 photos taken in the span of 30 days aboard the container ship where he works. Outside of going to space, sailing the oceans might be the best way to internalize how small we are in the grand scheme of things.

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AERIALAPSE

AERIALAPSE

Brian Bloss combined his passions for aerial and time-lapse photography into one epically beautiful short film. It took him about two years to gather the footage used here, and the end result is simply stunning. We’d love to see a sequel using only top-down footage though.

Sculpting the Night King

Sculpting the Night King

Watch as sculptor LoreCraft takes a block of white clay, and gradually transforms it into the evil leader of the whitewalkers on Game of Thrones. In addition to the sculpting and painting, he made that sweet armor by hand too. Impressive!

Shadow of the Eclipse

Shadow of the Eclipse

Lots of us stayed outside to watch the big solar eclipse this week, but this isn’t the view any of us saw. Instead of looking up at the skies, the University of Wisconsin Madison time-lapsed weather satellite imagery to track the shadow of the moon as it crossed the US.

Chase

Chase

Artist Páraic Mc Gloughlin’s abstract short film is a dizzying look at objects, people, and places which share common properties. It took Páraic over a year to capture and assemble the huge number of images as he traveled across Ireland and Poland.

Five Years on Mars

Five Years on Mars

See what NASA’s Curiosity Rover has seen over the last five years trucking along the surface of Mars, as it meandered its way across the Gale Crater. The map on the right of the video provides an overhead view of its trek, collecting data along a 6.1 mile-long path.

Rebuilding a Harley Ironhead

Rebuilding a Harley Ironhead

After showing us what it takes to rebuild a couple of V8s, Hagerty Classic Cars captured the restoration of a V-Twin Ironhead engine from a 1957 Harley-Davidson XL sportster motorcycle. The time-lapse condenses what was surely days of work down to just 5 minutes.

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