Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Nature At Work

A time-lapse camera to catch the blooming of a flower is a very charming idea. However, unless you watch the footage at the speed in which it was captured, it has no special value - it is just another movie of a flower blooming. The other applications of the camera seem to be more realistic :

Weather resistant and discreetly green, the GardenWatchCam is designed to naturally blend in to a garden. But, of course, it needn’t just be gardens you document. You could speed the painfully slow process of building a house, for example, into a two-minute masterwork of construction. Or watch leaves change color... or figure out whose dog keeps fouling your lawn.

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