Author: bfcadmin

Time-lapse and archive back

With the pretty fall sunsets recently I was missing the time-lapse and archive feature.  It’s been down since moving to the new server for some technical reasons.  I’ve focused on figuring out this function and getting things going again over

Boulder cam fix in progress

You may have noticed the Boulder cam has not been updating for a couple weeks.  The main problem has been a result of depending on network access from a construction cam co-located on the roof.  That cam was shut down

Website update

The timelapse feature was recently re-enabled for the Superior and Louisville cameras.  The move to new hosting has been challenging and expensive.  The camera images have a high number of requests daily and that eats up a lot of bandwidth.

Tough week for the cams

All three of the cams have been down over the past two days, this is pretty unusual.  The Superior cam had a hardware failure and needs to be sent in for work.  The Louisville cam lost network access and had

Winter to Spring in a day

The Louisville timelapse from April 3rd is a nice example of spring in Colorado.  We had 4-5 inches of snow overnight and by afternoon it was almost gone. http://boulderflatironcam.com/louisville/04-03-2015/#bfc-date Using the year ago filter you can see it was almost

Looking for a Nederland location

The Ned Cam was a great resource to get a current view of Nederland.  It seems that cam has been shut down and there’s new ownership of the NedNet ISP, so it seems unlikely to come back.  If anyone knows

New site launched

Hi Boulder Flatiron Cam friends and followers.  The updated site design was launched today with lots of afternoon showers for your viewing pleasure.  The downtown Boulder cam at Galvanize is also live with the new site layout.   If anyone

Site Design Update

In the next few days we’ll be launching an updated site design.  You can review here at the /blog link from the current site.  The new site has auto-updating images so you can leave the site up and watch the

New Airport Express

The old wireless bridge for the boulder flatiron cam failed again.  We installed a new Apple Airport Express today and things seem to be humming along now. The new downtown Boulder cam has been having issues with the heat.  It

New Boulder cam

I’ve been working with the great team at the Galvanize west Pearl location and the West End Plaza building in Boulder to set up a new view of Boulder.  Joel from Opensnow.com has also helped support launching the new cam. Installation was not

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