30.05.12 by Jeff

Music video made entirely from Google Street View images

A Ghost Train Chemin Vert Google Panos music video
“Chemin Vert” by A Ghost Train. This entire music video was made out of panoramic images pulled from Google Street View and manipulated.

Watch the video below!

Directed by Giacomo Miceli / jamez.it
Music by A Ghost Train / aghosttrain.com













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



  • It’s a shame that google images don’t come high-def.  Lovely work nonetheless.  

  • Kaleena

    It’s like a strange eye made out of the planet.

  • Allen

    I have been working on a music video exactly like this all week. Except mine wasn’t just the most obvious take on streetview panaramic. What’s that they say, he who thinks before he speaks will not be the first one with the joke. or something like that. drat.

  • Beth

    Allen that’d stil be pretty different, after seeing this I’d definitely like to see more varieties of google street view videos. loved it

  • lepetitfaon

    Reminds me of the Little Prince and baobab trees constantly taking root on his planet. 





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