Newhaven Fort is working with artist Carol Havard and the local community to create a VE day model of the town. One of our time lapse systems is being used to record the model as it builds between now and October.
We’re testing a couple of products at Marwell Zoo for their Wild Explorers exhibit. This new area about exploration and the discovery of wild animals will focus on the natural history and conservation of three iconic species for which Marwell has special responsibility.
We’ve just been down to Newhaven Fort to install cameras in the Grand Magazine to capture timelapse photography of a project that will be running until September 2015. A resident artist will be creating a street scene around the theme of VE Day.
Our time-lapse photography project at St Martin's Church is coming along nicely. We have two cameras in place. One looks down from the eaves, eight metres up, onto the floor of the church.
We are installing a camera at Newhaven Fort for six months to capture timelapse photography of a project that they are undertaking between March and September this year.
We’re pleased to be working on a range of interactive exhibits for the new “Wild Explorers” project at Marwell Zoo near Winchester which will provide more immersive experiences for visitors.
The restoration of the wall paintings by mid-20th century artist Evelyn Gibbs at St Martin’s Church, Bilborough in Nottinghamshire is progressing. Here’s a sneak preview…
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