Showing posts with label Timelapse. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Timelapse. Show all posts
Screenshot: Cambodia's Satellite Imagery on Google Earth Engine

Since Google started working with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), NASA and TIME, it has released more than a quarter-century of images of Earth taken from space, compiled for the first time into an interactive time-lapse experience. It believes this is the most comprehensive picture of our changing planet ever made available to the public.

Built from millions of satellite images and trillions of pixels, you can explore this global, zoomable time-lapse map as part of TIME's new Timelapse project. View stunning phenomena such as the sprouting of Dubai’s artificial Palm Islands, the retreat of Alaska’s Columbia Glacier, the deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon and urban growth in Las Vegas from 1984 to 2012, according to a post on the official blog. That is why I make a tour about "Cambodia's Timelapse 1984-2012 Tour on Google Earth Engine". Please check it out as the following:

Visit the global timelapse video shows changes to our planet visible from Landsat satellite imagery?

Back to the Google Earth Engine, do you know it?
Google Earth Engine is a platform for petabyte-scale scientific analysis and visualization of geospatial datasets, both for public benefit and for business and government users.
Earth Engine stores satellite imagery, organizes it, and makes it available for the first time for global-scale data mining. The public data archive includes historical earth imagery going back more than forty years, and new imagery is collected every day. Earth Engine also provides APIs in JavaScript and Python, as well as other tools, to enable the analysis of large datasets.

How is Earth Engine different from Google Earth?

Earth Engine and Google Earth serve different purposes. Google Earth enables you to travel and learn about the world through a virtual globe. You can view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings and much more. Earth Engine, on the other hand, is a tool for analyzing geospatial information. Although Earth Engine has a data catalog, not everything available in Google Earth is available for analysis in the Earth Engine catalog. Similarly, much of the data in Earth Engine is not currently available for visualization in Google Earth.

This video introduces Earth Engine and demonstrates how it is being used to address planetary challenges. Visit more on Google Earth Engine's website!

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Cambodia's Timelapse 1984-2012 on Google Earth Engine

Since I watched a nice time-lapse video of Phnom Penh City by Mr. Andy Block, today while going to find a street-shoe-fixed man to get my Lion brand shoes fixed  in front of Olympic Stadium and City Mall shopping center then I parked my beloved motorcycle around 6:30pm, and waited him to do for. At the time, I really want to make a test video using my downloaded app for iPhone 4 named Timelapse Pro so I started to create a project as required by app then shoot 59 photos. I  have tried 4 or 5 time by copying the same items to test in different time frame and effect on it when I reached home.

Finally I can do it as I want but my feeling still not fully like it yet. After completed, I uploaded to my Youtube channel; it's only a short video in duration 13 seconds. Kindly watch it below:
In the short Timelapse video:+ Date/Time/Location: 28/02/2013 @6:30pm, in front of Olympic Stadium & City Mall Shopping Center, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. +Video:- Type: HD, Frame: 4fps, Image: 59, Duration: 13s, Size: 2.16MB, Music: Kalimba - Uploaded by: TouTube Capture
**The first is not the best but if without the first, there's no the BEST too!

I am waiting for all kind of comments on this video. Thanks for your sending valuable time reading my blog!

My first Timelapse video by Mobile

Cambodia Hyperlapse - Moving Timelapse

This is a first video in Time-lapse photography that I've watched it, I really like it, and I hope some day I will try & create that kind of video. The video was created by Mr. Andy Blalock during his 9-months stay in Cambodia.

"Time-lapse photography is a technique whereby the frequency at which film frames are captured (the frame rate) is much lower than that used to view the sequence. When played at normal speed, time appears to be moving faster and thus lapsing"
Which interesting point/place he mentioned on this video?
Royal Palace, Wat Phnom, Olympic Stadium, Council Minister building, Canadia Tower building, Riverside ...

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