Time-lapse video shows progress of Griffin Hall construction

Griffin Hall is the new home of Informatics at Northern Kentucky University -- a unique and inviting state-of-the-art facility where a new generation of professionals will build our region's information economy. Purpose-designed to attract and retain artists, musicians, doctors, entrepreneurs and scientists, Griffin Hall will supply new workforce talent, technically skilled and broadly prepared, to the region.

These time-lapse movies are created from images captured by a camera mounted atop Nunn Hall. Capturing one image every 15 minutes, the camera has captured over 319,435 images since installation on September 18, 2009. Here, watch the progress of construction from the very beginning of the project to today.

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