The Long Road Home

Had a play with the TriggerTrap Mobile app on the way home from work last night.   Haven’t played with it for a while and it’s a lot more stable than it used to be now, having suffered just one crash (of the application) on the whole trip.  This I suspect was caused mostly by me covering 50m quicker than the iPhone could cope with taking and saving a photo.

Triggertrap was set to Distance Lapse rather than time lapse, triggering a capture every 50m or so.  In practice, some images were captured well within 50m of the previous one and some were considerably further apart.  Again, I don’t think this is a Triggertrap issue, more down to the phone, and Location services being able to keep up with the speed of change.

Anyhow, I managed an impressive 978 shots before the battery died, some 5 miles short of home.  Assembled at 10 fps, the resultant video looks like this.  I did originally have a Kasabian track as the background – it worked well to give a sense of frenzied drive around the M25.  Unfortunately YouTube didn’t like it for copyright reasons so I swapped it out for something royalty free.  It really changes the whole tone of the film though (have a look at the Flickr version for the original soundtrack).