We had the honor to present our timelapse solution to Emeric Le Bars and to offer him a TikeePRO2+ time lapse camera to allow him to test it.
After discovering and installing his TikeePRO2+, he tested the camera on a long term timelapse for one week and offers us a complete review of the Tikee solution by Enlaps for our greatest pleasure 🙂
Many thanks to him! Read More
Did you know that it is possible to say that the confinement we are currently experiencing has made it possible to reduce the number of “risky” interactions in the public space by at least a factor of 10? And this, by taking only 6 wide-angle photos per hour. Read More
Interview with Luc Moreau – Glaciologist – Partner and friend of Enlaps
A unique place of installation!
Luc Moreau, glaciologist associated with the CNRS Edytem Laboratory, and always passionate about the natural movement of glaciers, has chosen an incredible spot to install one of its Tikee cameras.
For some time now we have been conducting an experiment in understanding public spaces with a large French metropolis.
The aim is to regularly capture what is happening in a place and identify trends, to better understand behaviours, and ultimately to help policy makers make the best decisions based on facts and not impressions. Read More
At the beginning of the year 2020, our distribution network has expanded. You can now find our professional timelapse cameras and accessories at our retailer The Timelapse Store in the UK. In order to start in the best conditions, we went to meet them in their office near the British capital.
The high native resolution of the Tikee camera and its 220° panoramic field of view offer incredible possibilities for immersion into the heart of the scene. Here we will teach you how to add a spherical pan&zoom effect to your timelapse.
Discover the features of mytikee our web application dedicated to timelapse with our demonstration at the BATIMAT 2019 fair trade.
Some focus on: the Pan&Zoom feature, the ‘Before&After’, the private sharing of video and image gallery, or the blurring of people thanks to Artificial Intelligence.
Thanks to the wide field of view (220°), the images made by Tikee have a panoramic format. This is why you can sometimes notice “distortions” if you have installed your camera with tilt: some lines that are straight in reality appear curved in the picture.
In this technical blog post, more advanced than the previous ones, we will see how to correct this skyline and generate a more aesthetic timelapse.