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WATCH: Time-lapse movie shows building of One World Trade Center (nj.com)
In recognition of the opening of One World Observatory in New York City, EarthCam.net has released a special edition of a One World Trade Center video. This time-lapse movie shows the completion of construction from October 2004 to Memorial Day 2015. Hundreds of thousands of high definition images were captured over the past 11 years and hand-edited for this exclusive time-lapse movie.  more... 5/29/2015

Time-lapse video shows 11-year construction of One World Trade Center (wdtn.com)
EarthCam has just released an updated version of a time-lapse movie which highlights the 11 years it took to build One World Trade Center and the surrounding area.  more... 5/29/2015

The World Trade Center time-lapse you must see (wncn.com)
EarthCam has just released an updated version of a time-lapse movie which highlights the 11 years it took to build One World Trade Center and the surrounding area.  more... 5/29/2015

The newly opened observation deck on the 104th floor of NYC's One World Trade Center offers one hell (citymetric.com)
It's a Friday afternoon, we're all about ready to wind down for the weekend, so let's kick back, relax and look at some pretty pictures of New York City. Today, the observation deck which tops off New York's One world Trade Center opens to the public. The building occupies the site where the Twin Towers stood until 9/11, and like the taller of its predecessors, stands 1,368 feet tall. Throw in a faintly gratuitous spire, though, and that figure rises to 1776 feet, to represent the date of the Declaration of Independence, and the building has become known, inevitably, as the Freedom Tower.  more... 5/29/2015

The doctor will see you now -- via webcam (greenwichtime.com)
Dr. Mia Finkelston sees the same kinds of cases as most family doctors -- people with seasonal allergies; parents who worry whether their children's sniffles should keep them out of school the next day, and the usual assortment of rashes, viruses and other ailments. The difference between Finkelston and most other family physicians is that a large portion of her patients never set foot in her office.  more... 5/26/2015

ESA Invites Students To Use Mars Webcam on Mars Express (spaceref.com)
This is a collage of Visual Monitoring Camera (VMC) images acquired on 25 May and downloaded to Earth early on 26 May 2015. They are among the first in a series of over 2000 images that are being acquired by Mars Express in support of the VMC Schools Campaign. In March 2015, ESA invited schools, science clubs and youth groups to submit proposals for imaging Mars using the VMC - the 'Mars Webcam' - on board Mars Express.  more... 5/26/2015

9/11 Memorial Museum marks one-year anniversary of first opening (amny.com)
The 9/11 Memorial Museum marked the first anniversary since its the first opening on Friday, May 15, 2015 with a time-lapse video of 10 years of reconstruction at Ground Zero. The video, first released in 2014, shows the rebuilding of the 16-acre site in Lower Manhattan through EarthCam.  more... 5/15/2015

NJ Tech Company Roundup (njtechweekly.com)
EarthCam: EarthCam (Hackensack) announced on May 13 that it has chosen architecture firm Davis Brody Bond, the company that designed the 911 Memorial Museum, to design its new 10-acre campus in Saddle River. In selecting the award-winning firm, EarthCam has secured a collaborator that is experienced in designing smart industrial facilities and awe-inspiring cultural designs, the company said. The campus will foster a fun, energetic work environment with an indoor/outdoor cafe, gym and recreation areas.  more... 5/15/2015

The Webcam Pulse Detector Shows Your Life Signs Using Your PC's Camera (lifehacker.co.in)
Your computer's webcam can be useful for more than just quick photos and video calls. The Webcam Pulse Detector is a fun, open source application originally designed at NASA to use your connected camera to take your heart rate. Now you can try it out at home.  more... 5/14/2015

Kiko the giraffe leaving Greenville Zoo for Toronto (greenvilleonline.com)
Kiko the giraffe — the beloved Greenville Zoo native whose birth in October 2012 was a social media sensation viewed on webcam across the world — will soon be leaving the zoo for a new home across the border in Toronto, Canada. The reason? It's time for Kiko to try to become a father himself.  more... 5/13/2015

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