Acid Flashback Friday: The Rogers Centre Roof Closing at Day and Night
Since everyone seemed to enjoy last week’s post of the Skydome being built in 2.5 minutes, I figured I’d do post another time lapse video for this week’s Acid Flashback Friday.
Above is a time lapse of the Rogers Centre roof being closed at night, and for a little variation, there’s a video below of the roof being closed during the day.
SkyDome @ Day from udo.d on Vimeo
Almost as fascinating as watching the roof close is the traffic and pedestrians fly by. I don’t know why, but I’m always a sucker for watching these “life in fast forward” videos.
Videos courtesy of user udo.D on Vimeo
2 thoughts on “Acid Flashback Friday: The Rogers Centre Roof Closing at Day and Night”
Awesome! I wonder how much energy is required to open/close the roof each time.
Joel, that's a great question – a quick search of the internets didn't really produce any results, but I can only imagine the hydro bill would be after opening/closing the roof at the Rogers Centre.
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