Posts tagged Space Needle
Base2Space 2018 - FIGHT CANCER!

On Sunday, September 30th, I am participating in Base2Space 2018, a climb that supports the critical studies at Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center. I will be climbing the open-air stairwell of the Space Needle from Base to Space, traveling 832 steps up 98 flights of stairs to reach the observation deck, which stands 520 feet in the air.

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Time-Lapse Captures Seattle's Impressive Growth

As a recent GeekWire feature proclaims, “here’s the 4-minute video you’ve been waiting for to illustrate why a 4-mile drive in Seattle takes 45 minutes.” The film in question? A time lapse recently created by Ricardo Martin Buralla, a VR/AR engineer with Google, who assembled 3 years’ worth of images taken by a webcam that was affixed to the top of the Space Needle. In all, the video is comprised of 2,166 panoramas (about 2 photos per day) that Buralla stabilized using code to create a cohesive piece.

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