The May June 2017 issue of Construction Magazine features Evercam Case Study and looks into the multiple ways that cameras can improve site safety. Read the article here.
All credit to Bartosz Grabowski, a skilled pilot with a great eye for a sunrise ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bw2aThifkY Nice work, Bart.
Thought this time-lapse of beautiful landscapes in Austrian was worth sharing https://vimeo.com/224083730 Technical: Shot on Nikon D800 Motion control system: Emotimo Spectrum + Dynamic Perception Slider Hyperlapse shot on Panasonic GH5 + Zhiyun Crane or handheld Aerial: Phantom 4 Pro Credit to stefangimpl.com
Out on the street ... And inside the office ... Thanks for calling in Martin.
Had a great day at the Evercam Construction Summit 2017 in the RDS. Here's Susan parading her wares and explaining the benefits of time-lapse to the filmcrew: ... and here's the stand a few minutes before opening, still some cables to tuck away.
Evercam offices currently resides at what used to be the location of The Waxie Dargle Pub. About a year after moving into our new offices, take a look.
By now, you might have noticed the Evercam van in its new colours around town: But what you'll never see from street level is our new drone transport system, visible only from above: Coming soon to a building site near you....
Evercam is planning on taking advantage of a new scheme whereby an overseas PhD level candidate is supported to work together with an Irish research institution to work on R&D tasks of relevance to our business objectives. This is a 3 year position with a good salary and is explicitly for a candidate who has [...]
The Sun This isn't such a big issue in Ireland, but it still needs consideration. A vantage point which has the camera facing north will produce much clearer and better images than one facing south. The effect of this can be minimised by using cameras with a Wide Dynamic Range and by various colour settings, [...]
This used to be a pretty easy question, there was really only one choice, a Canon DSLR which had a special feature to take photographs at regular intervals. The camera needed an external power supply and you were left with a heap of high-resolution pictures on an SD card. Here in Ireland you also needed [...]