Discover the Grenoble Street Art Fest Grenoble Alpes Artworks through the myTikee Storytelling Portfolio
Thes year, Enlaps is again partner of the festival’s 7th edition, for your greater pleasure!
Follow the work of the street artists of the Street Art Fest’s 2021 edition live thanks to myTikee :
We had the honor to present our timelapse solution to Filippo Rivetti and to offer him a TikeePRO2+ time lapse camera to allow him to test it.
After discovering and installing his TikeePRO2+, he tested the TikeePRO2+ on several long-term and short-term timelapses facing the beautiful Sydney Bay. He offers us a complete review of the Tikee solution by Enlaps for our greatest pleasure
Time changes are not always automatically well managed by connected objects and often a change in the settings is necessary. In this article, we explain how to properly reparameterize your Tikee camera during a time change (without changing time zone).
Publicado: Julio 16, 2020Categorías: Press article
Enlaps the French start-up providing the first all in one timelapse solution for professionals has signed an agreement with MK Timelapse to be its first Enlaps Preferred Partner in Germany.
This solution called Tikee includes a camera, a web application fully dedicated to video editing and social media sharing, all controlled by a mobile application, It is mainly used for site monitoring, event and tourism purposes. With more than 3500 units sold, it has been recognized as the best and most affordable solution for service companies and professional photographers.
In order to reach more customers and extend the Tikee experience in Europe, Enlaps has launched two years ago the Enlaps Preferred Partner Program (EPP) dedicated to companies that are willing to offer services using its Tikee solution.
A fruitful partnership to address the German market
As part of this strategy MK Timelapse,
With a few images a day over a sufficiently long period of time, one can have a fine understanding of certain social phenomena without compromising people’s privacy.
In my two previous articles I talked about the data that can be extracted from a camera originally designed for timelapse, when it is positioned at a strategic point in a city. I wanted to take advantage of this first week of “deconfinement” to continue the study and to see if life returned to normal …
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
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.
Social distancing measures are everyone’s business. And it is important for everyone to be convinced that the rules are respected by the population as a whole, in an objective manner, so that a feeling of injustice is not added to the difficulty of isolation.
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.
A rocky peak, overhanging the “Combe Maudite”, a wild place, a real “dead end” in which the overflow of ice from the famous Mont Maudit flows in a cascade of seracs. This combe then feeds a large part of the Bossons glacier which flows under the effect of its weight and the slope towards the Chamonix valley.
The Tikee camera contemplates a breathtaking panorama.
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.
The data we have accumulated so far has allowed us to create an average profile of traffic at a hub by day of the week. We study among other things pedestrian and vehicular traffic (cars, buses, bicycles, …). You can see below the smoothed data, hour by hour, cumulated over the beginning of the year 2020 (January to beginning of March).