Amazing SF Moving Time Lapse Taken In 3D

We don't usually share time lapse movies here on DIYP, but this one seems to innovative to ignore.

Peter Chang used an array of Canon 5D Mark IIs, camBLOCK and Dynamic Perception motion control sliders to capture both indoors and outdoors timelapse scenes in 3D. (Of course, if you have more time than money, you can always build your own).

While Peter says this is not the first attempt of a 3D motion control time-lapse it is certainly a very impressive one.

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