Bolivia for Oxfam

Posted on July 10, 2012

In February, Peter travelled to Bolivia with Oxfam GB to film, photograph and create timelapse videos of their Camellones project. The project is re-introducing ancient techniques for...

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Lobster Pictures 2012 Showreel

Posted on June 11, 2012

The new Lobster Pictures showreel features some of our most ambitious and diverse work to date. From the decomposition of artist Matthew Day Jackson's Food Golem sculpture to the construction of the largest warships ever commissioned for use by the Royal Navy. Fine art or construction, one camera or nine, London or Mexico - we've been there and done it...

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Al-Mafraq, UAE

Posted on June 01, 2012

We recently installed a sixth Lobster Pot Extreme camera in the UAE for the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company - SEHA. This is providing time-lapse films and live site monitoring to the project and stakeholders through our Lobster Vision software.

Here's a shot from day one of the project (January 2011):


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Lobster Pictures on BBC Points West

Posted on May 31, 2012

In April 2011, construction group Galliford Try commissioned one of our flagship Lobster Pot camera systems to capture a backstage look at their multi-million pound redevelopment of Bristol's much loved theatre - the Bristol Old Vic. Situated only a hundred yards from Lobster HQ, the Old Vic remains a special project for us - and not just because it's...

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Lobster Vision for Mobile

Posted on May 21, 2012

We're proud to announce the first version of Lobster Vision for mobile. This allows you to view your site or time lapse project from an iPhone, iPad or Android device. With the same great high resolution and pan/zoom functions as Lobster Vision desktop, it brings a whole new meaning to 'view anywhere'.

If you haven't yet got a Lobster Pot on your...

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VELUX, Denmark

Posted on April 16, 2012

For VELUX, we travelled to Denmark and installed a Canon 5D mk II based Lobster Pot. This is filming 'a year in the life' of the innovative homecontrol system installed on a home in Copenhagen. The system uses sensors to intelligently control the house climate - opening and closing both the blinds and the window.
Our cameras will produce a film...

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Babcock, Rosyth

Posted on February 10, 2012

Last August, we placed two Lobster Pot cameras at Rosyth Dockyard for Babcock, the UK's leading engineering support services organisation. Babcock are assembling the HMS Queen Elizabeth for the Aircraft Carrier Alliance (ACA) - an alliance between Babcock, BAE Systems, Thales and the Ministry of Defence. The QE class carriers, at 280 metres long...

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How to Grow a Planet

Posted on February 07, 2012

Our work last year on BBC2's "How to Grow a Planet" has finally come to fruition (excuse the pun). Five Lobster Pot cameras in a garden in Scotland, show the growing processes of bluebells and apples over five months. See our previous blog post for more details - the show was provisionally titled 'Science of Plants'.


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Oxfam, Bolivia

Posted on February 02, 2012

We're extremely proud to be working for Oxfam in Bolivia. Oxfam are supporting the adaptation of an ancestral farming and water management technique called camellones (raised platforms of land, surrounded by water channels). This helps disaster-prone communities in Beni adapt to climatic extremes and find new ways of making a living. Peter Tecks will be...

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Matthew Day Jackson

Posted on January 28, 2012

The international contemporary art gallery Hauser & Wirth asked us for some very specialist time lapse last summer, and we're now able to write about it. American artist Matthew Day Jackson held an exhibition at the London gallery - Everything Leads to Another. Part of this was a series of 'golems' - representations of the artist's body,...

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