Sunday, March 14, 2010

When we delivered the Nantucket Railroad Display to the Whaling Museum on the island of Nantucket, Mass. Hal Reynolds set-up his Canon digital camera to record the assembly process.

The camera is sold with software that allowed us to take over 14,000 still pictures at 12 second intervals. These were loaded into iMovie. I edited the stop motion video to almost 6-minutes, added titles and music, and saved it in Quicktime format.

Here it is, enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. So the top is open, but the sides are protected by plexiglass? You got an interesting burst of visitors about mid-afternoon on Day 2, it looks like...