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Music video lets users subtly alter scenes

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Peter Bailey

Coder, designer, marketeer at Independents United @peabay
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In collaboration with POWSTER Bombay Bicycle Club have created a unique video which invites it’s viewers to subtly change what they’re seeing. By dragging left or right the people or props will switch around or change position. The effect is bizarre but engrossing and seems to encourage you to make the objects ‘dance’ in time to the music.

The effect was created by filming 9 alternatives of the same scene and then stitching the siblings together into one video. Javascript was then used to show or hide one of the videos depending on the location of a scrollbar which was controlled by the mouse.

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