Archive for January, 2013

The Real Time-Lapse Video

Posted on January 30th, 2013

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By: MiaSci

If you read the previous post on this blog and were hoping for a real time-lapse video of the construction so far on our new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, your wish has been granted. The following video was released today, and condenses months of work into just 14 seconds. Watch closely!

Time-Lapse Progress of the New Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science

Posted on January 21st, 2013

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By: MiaSci

If you’ve ever seen one of those time-lapse videos – bustling crowds at Grand Central Station, swirling clouds steadily forming into a hurricane, or construction workers erecting a building bit by bit – it really makes you appreciate the action in a whole new way. In the case of those clouds, if you see just […]

New Museum Trivia!

Posted on January 7th, 2013

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By: MiaSci

When you look at a construction site, it’s easy to let your mind wander into questions like… How many pounds of concrete? How many tiles on the walls? How many miles of cables, pipes, or wires? How many people does it take? The list is endless, and includes a seemingly infinite amount of details that […]