Housed inside a 3D printed case, a Raspberry Pi forms the brains of this device. A 5V Lithium polymer battery powers the Pi as well as motors, a camera, and a touch screen. The motors will be used to pan the camera across a nearly 180 degree angle while a time lapse shot is being captured, they will be geared up in a ratio that is optimal for for the time lapse. The touch screen display will be used to interact with the camera and its setting. Finally, aside from hardware, software will be developed to allow users to directly share their shots and where they took them.