One new iOS 8 feature that wasn't announced during Apple's WWDC 2014 keynote is time-lapse video capture. When using the camera app, you can swipe over to the new Time-Lapse option, and set up your device to start taking photos at dynamically selected intervals. So, if you want to capture a sunset, a cityscape, or an animal floating by in the water, when you are all said and done, your iOS device will stich the images together into a video. iOS 8 will be available later this fall.
Today, the LEGO brick turned 50 years old. That is quite an achievement for a toy that, at first glance, is so simple. I guess that just reiterates that while you can pack every feature under the sun into a device, simplicity is really what matters. Just take a look at some of Apple‘s recent innovations to see what I mean. Anyhow, back to LEGO. My friend Joel Johnson over at Boing Boing Gadgets decided it best to spend a couple weeks worth of evenings putting together the Ultimate Collectors Millennium Falcon LEGO set. This thing features over 5,000 individual parts that need to be carefully fit together to create one bad-ass looking piece of LEGO beauty - a daunting task, indeed. Joel created a time lapse video, which we have posted above for your enjoyment.
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