January 6

Space Needle Panocam time-lapse video captures Seattle’s growth

Local News, Planning & Construction

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The Space Needle PanoCam went live in January 2015 to snap images of Seattle from the spire of the Needle every 10 minutes. Now, a new time-lapse video uses the PanoCam images to illustrate Seattle’s growth in the past 3 years – and it’s pretty impressive. According to GeekWire, Ricardo Martin Brualla, a Google engineer, made the video with thousands of photographs from the PanoCam,

South Lake Union undergoes the most transformation, but time-lapses of downtown and Uptown have considerable upward movement as well. Essentially, it’s a 360 degree view of how the city has grown in the past couple of years, and it’s grown a lot:


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