A spacecraft parked in orbit at a distance of one million miles has captured the mother of all timelapse videos—an entire year on Earth. Enjoy.
So you're a fan of time-lapse videos, and it goes without saying that you love optical illusions... but have you ever wondered what happens when you combine the two?
It takes the Norwegian Coastal Express 134 hours to get from Bergen to Kirkenes, a journey that's filled with lush islands, plush sunrises, and hushed twilights. With this remarkable time-lapse video, it'll take you five minutes.
If it's been years since you've been awake early enough to watch a sunrise. If you're a time-lapse nature junkie. If you know how beautiful the sun-kissed Chicago skyline can be. Doubly so if you don't. These are the first few reasons why watching Craig Shimala's Good Morning Chicago should be mandatory. There are…
...Well, my friend, nothing will. NOTHING. 30 hours of footage shot in Victoria, Australia, took Alex Cherney over a year to compile, but I'm sure you'll nod your head in appreciation while viewing his majestic creation.
The coolest parents in the history of the world asked artist Michael LaRiccia to paint a gorgeous Star Wars mural, depicting a village of Ewoks descending on their baby. Watch the lovely timelapse video of this Endor wonderland coming together.
After watching this timelapse video of 2,459 photos stitched together, you'll be bowled over by the photographer's sense of adventure—not to mention Air France's passengers' willingness to allow a tripod and DSLR set-up to click away every 30 seconds.
Food, glorious food! For a while, anyway. Or if properly refrigerated. But when food goes bad, it goes bad—as demonstrated in this time-lapse video of the rotting flesh of dead animals and fruits we call dinner.
If you missed the Perseids meteor shower—and I truly hope you didn't—this beautiful time-lapse video of the view from Joshua Tree National Park should get you caught up. And fill you with more than a little wonder.
How does Virgin Atlantic make an aging Boeing 747 look like it just rolled off the lot? Four days, dozens of workers, gallons and gallons of paint, and one pretty sweet time-lapse video. That's how.
This time-lapse video of the 1:1 scale model Gundam in Shizuoka, Japan, is the most visually stunning thing you're bound to see all day. Watch it and go into a trance, only to wake up and book flights to Japan.
All bridges move, but isn't the Manhattan Bridge—captured in this time lapse video—bouncing way too much? I'm not an engineer, but I'm glad I take the L line under the East River to get into Manhattan. [Gawker—Thanks OMGPonies]