25 May '15, 5pm

Scientists used public images on the web to create amazing time-lapsed photos

The scientists wrote and then used powerful algorithms, according to Treehugger, to crawl the web and gather over 86 million old photographs . The images were then stitched together to create time-lapsed ‘video’ of a point on the Earth. Time-lapsed images usually are created by setting up a camera, usually on a tripod, and then taking images repeatedly over a long period of time. By using images already uploaded, the scientists were able to avoid this tedious process.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/scientists-used-public-images-on-the...

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