The timelapse is a tool widely used on construction sites and in the world of real estate. There are many uses and vocations for a video timelapse and we have selected some of the most popular in the construction industry for you …


1. Follow the progress and evolutions of the work

The timelapse is a monitoring technique regularly used on construction and demolition sites. Thanks to a camera that takes pictures at regular intervals, it is possible to see the progress, evolutions, changes, or the necessary work done for each stage of the construction.
This provides a short video that gives the illusion of time in an accelerated manner.
Here are some video examples of time lapse work tracking:



Enlaps Tikee Uses time lapse by Enlaps

2. Capture a memory and convert it into a communication tool

The timelapse also captures and lets revive the ephemeral, which is past and will never be again. This captured memory can then serve as a communication tool to demonstrate a unique construction expertise (for example). As an exemple, the incredible construction of the sculpture made by the visual artist Gerry Judah for Mazda in 2015 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​and visible only the time of the event: a sculpture of 120 tons for 40 meters high


Other ways to use timelapse in construction site