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Time-Lapse Footage Of April's Calbuco Eruption Is Otherworldly

On April 22, 2015, a stratovolcano in southern Chile called Calbuco erupted for the first time in 42 years. Filmmaker Martin Heck was in the area shooting a neighboring volcano, when Calbuco came alive. He fixed his cameras on its undulating plumes of ash. This gobstopping time-lapse is the fruit of the images he… » 6/23/15 5:09pm 6/23/15 5:09pm

Watch frog eggs turn into tadpoles in this beautiful time lapse

This amazing time lapse shows frog eggs transforming into tadpoles in a mere 30 seconds. The spawn of frogs is so impressive and so sudden and so perfect that it’s easy to forget how complicated it is for Mother Nature to do that beautiful thing where she gives birth to life. Watch it all in the video below by Nipam… » 6/09/15 7:27pm 6/09/15 7:27pm

These Folks Took One Self-Portrait A Day—Watch Them Age Before Your Eyes

It can be hard to notice incremental changes in people when we see them every day, but what if you saw all those little changes played on fast forward? These people took photos of themselves at regular intervals (often every day) in order to highlight how they change, age, and grow over time. » 5/19/15 4:00pm 5/19/15 4:00pm

Brighten Your Day By Watching John Rhys-Davies Invent A Time Camera

Any day where you get to see John Rhys-Davies (Sliders, Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones) do his thing is already a good day. So here’s a deleted scene from the new movie Time Lapse, which is coming out on VOD, iTunes and select theaters on Friday, in which the man himself creates a camera that sees the future. » 5/13/15 11:50am 5/13/15 11:50am

The Boxtrolls' Timelapse End Credits Show How Much Work Stop-Motion Is

When you sit back and watch a stop-motion movie, it's easy to forget that each tiny movement is controlled by an animator's hands. But this hilariously philosophical sequence from The Boxtrolls' end credits shows the animator at work, reminding us how much he moves so that the puppets can move. » 12/30/14 9:40am 12/30/14 9:40am

Spectacular New Space Station Video Is The Ultimate Holiday Lighting

The ESA has just released this stunning ultra high definition timelapse video, combining 12,500 images taken by astronaut Alexander Gerst during his six-month mission aboard the International Space Station. The views of sparkling cities, glowing aurorae and flashes of lightning are breathtaking. Watch it. Now. » 12/24/14 6:30am 12/24/14 6:30am

This Severe Weather Time-Lapse Will Blow You Away

Stormscapes 2 is an arresting time-lapse of severe weather by Nicolaus Wegner. The landscape photographer spent May through September traveling through the central United States, shooting everything from lightning storms to mammatus clouds to supercell formations to rainbows. The end result is outstanding, a must-watch » 12/12/14 5:00pm 12/12/14 5:00pm