The project started with its first day of filming in Miami 8th of November 2014. So since it finished today (with delivery), it was exactly 2 years.
Its been about 25 000 video clips, 1.3 million images (from shutter count on the cameras, mostly for timelapses), and 85 terrabyte of data . I think a travel distance equal of around 6 or times around the earth. In 2015 I personally traveled 271 days. I think the number of travel days in total connected to the project is around 500, so if you count an average of 12 hour workdays, at an average of 2 persons, we end up at 12 000 hours of work, not even counting editing and post production.
I talked to our accountant, and it said there is almost 2 kg just of receipts, and papers connected to the project.
One person who joined for a while, found out we walked around 15 km every day in cities, and a closer rough calculation would make that into around 6500km, around the distance from London to Istanbul, back and forth. We encountered temperatures as high as +48 C, and as low as -35C, rainstorms, floods (south of France) and the most powerful cyclone in modern history (Winston in Fiji).
The times equipment has been at repair shops, has been close to 20. Based on accounting, weve taken a taxi around 800 times, and thats 800 short or long conversations (always talk to cab drivers), adding to the 1000s of people met along the way.
Its been quite an undertaking. I will remember these 2 years.