Watching the Auditorium in Fast-Forward Watch the auditorium grow and then emerge from its scaffolding in this time-lapse video of construction from June 2011 to January 2012. As described in an earlier article, since July 2011 a web camera has been taking one photo every 20 minutes of the auditorium construction site. Now that the exterior is done, the focus has shifted to the inside of the 500-seat facility. Watch the auditorium grow and then emerge from its scaffolding in this time-lapse video of construction from June 2011 to January 2012. Date: 24 January 2012 Category: Institutional News For press enquiries, please contact email@example.com Share on: Related News Institutional News Groundbreaking for Lab 3 OIST has embarked on the construction of a new research laboratory building on the south side of campus. Institutional News New Energy System Opens Doors to Sustainable Future Solar panels are being installed in the OIST Faculty Houses to test the Open Energy System, which promises to be viable and efficient sustainable energy system. Institutional News New Facilities for OIST’s Youngest Learners The new Child Development Center is ready to replace the temporary structure that has hosted the CDC since January 2013, doubling the number of children that the CDC can accommodate to 100. Research Update Unveiling a Tiny World with Micro-CT X-ray micro-CT provides OIST researchers with the ability to visualize and take detailed 3D measurements of tiny structures, like the brain of an ant. Institutional News “Modern, Oval, Harmonious…” Are some of the words Yasuaki Hidaka, OIST Section Leader of the Campus Building Section, uses to describe the new OIST auditorium.