New Time Lapse Treasure from Cambridge University Botanic Garden

A very special time lapse of the giant Santa Cruz water lily (Victoria Cruziana) was recorded by the team at Cambridge University Botanic Garden using a Brinno TLC2020camera......


Using Time Lapse Cameras in Dairy Facilities

Camera technology is becoming more commonly used in dairy facilities. Video monitoring of cattle and their surroundings can save time and quickly identify problem areas.......


Jade Vine Time Lapse from Cambridge University Botanic Garden

The Glasshousewithin the Botanic Garden of Cambridge University released the first timelapse in their new time lapse series showcasing rare and peculiar plants intheir collection......


Time Lapse as a Tool to Improve Farm Animal Welfare

Based in the Netherlands, the team of nutrition consultants at Feijen Diervoeders are providing dairy farmers and pig farmers with invaluable information that helps them take better care of their animals’ needs. Feijen Diervoeders creates tailor-made food...


Moonflower Time Lapse at Cambridge University Goes Viral

The Glass House at Cambridge University hosts many of the world’s rarest plants. Sitting on 40 acres of land, the Glass House supports a wide variety of university research including plant evolution, ornithology, crop security, and conservation. Many of the world’s red list plants have a home at the Glass House......