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Time-lapse videos for construction projects have become a big trend

Each second of the build of a new garden in Dundrum Town Centre will be captured on time-lapse

23rd April, 2017
Marco Herbst and Vinnie Quinn, founders of Evercam Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dundrum Town Centre is building a new garden, courtesy of TV personality and architect Dermot Bannon.

Over the next month, Bannon and his team are building a moving garden of considerable proportions in the Dublin shopping centre. The construction, which started on Good Friday, is set to draw the attention of the public, but will only be visible to them in snippets. Instead, each second of the build will be captured by Evercam’s time-lapse video....

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