As part of our work for The Box, Plymouth have produced a series of videos showing the construction of the new History Centre. Our latest time-lapse video production combines all of the webcam footage captured of the building works at Tavistock Place since day 1. A lot of exciting work has happened over the last year of construction and it was an exciting challenge to produce a short film, with so much footage. The film works particularly well showing the progression of the building over time.
Featured on The Box YouTube channel
The Box team have uploaded the time-lapse film to their YouTube channel as part of their regular progress updates. Although the official launch is in 2020, this film already gives viewers a good visualisation of how the building will look. This helps keep all who are interested informed and will be a legacy video for future generations.
Time-lapse video production of the Box
The Box is a major redevelopment at the heart of Plymouth’s City Centre. So that we recorded its progress, we set up our time lapse camera on a building opposite the construction site. The footage captured means we can create regular updates. These videos can be viewed by anyone who is interested in the progress of the project.
An interesting point in our latest video is during the July 2017 footage where the original building is completely removed. Furthermore, in May 2018 you start to see the shape of the building develop as they build up the outer wall. While much progress has been made within a year already, the construction continues and the old museum is on its way to becoming The Box.
Read more about our collaboration with the The Box/ Plymouth’s History Centre on this post:
Time-lapse video is a great way to capture the progress of a project in a short video as you can see in our other time-lapse video production here:
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