13.08.15 by Jeff

Video of the Day: Japanese Band’s Google Street View Hyperlapse Music Video

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Japanese band group inou used a popular Javascript hyperlapse utility for Google Street View to great effect in the music video for their song “Eye”. If you want to create your own Google Street View Hyperlapses, head over here.

Watch the music video below, I quite like the portion of the video where the images glitch and break apart.


 

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Via: Prosthetic Knowledge

 

 













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



  • Joe

    Yes – the glitch section is great. The whole video is really smart.

  • Yellow

    Indeed, but that is one awful song

  • Kip

    Love the video. Hate the song.

  • nguyendanieldaniel

    awesome!

  • Did you notice both guys get run over by a truck just before the image glitches out? At first I didn’t especially like the music but I must admit it’s growing on me.

    • didnt see it before you mentioned it!





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