This Music Video Is Different Every Time You Watch It

This video comes from Isaac Delusion, a French band that wanted to create a new music video watching experience.  They took 600 clips from a public domain archive and use them to create a random series of images for a song called “Pandora’s Box.”  Factor it out and there are billions of forms this clip could take.

And if you’re looking to make a video, you can avail yourself to the same sort of technology.  Learn more at Digital Music News.



Alan Cross

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