27.01.11 by Jeff

Got Guts

“Got Guts” by Fiona Mompean. I love seeing this sort of thing, Fiona has taken an existing platform (Youtube) and manipulated it into something completely new.

fiona mompean got guts interactive  youtube video

Try it out below!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • kk+

    h4x0r t3h YOUTUBES!!

  • Kyle

    This is a brilliant use of the site, wow so great glad to have seen this! Thanks Jeff.

  • nice picture but i don’t get it :)

    • its that old game that bad guys play where they put someone’s hand out and quickly stab the knife between the fingers faster and faster

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  • how did she do this. A youtube video that’s interactive?

    • Kyle

      You can add buttons to YouTube, so what she did was add youtube links to the buttons which make the video jump to a certain time in the playback, or loop etc..

      For example this link will go to 2min 12sec into the Temper Trap Video:

      —-

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b_YVrex0yI&t=2m12s

      —-
      added code to youtube URL-

      &t=2m12s

      —–

  • Vanessa

    Awesome sauce!

  • if you think this is great, check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Elo7WeIydh8

    BooneOakley is a design firm that has made their website exclusively on youtube.





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