Created by London-based studio Powster, using the Adobe Creative Cloud, this spectacular interactive music video allows users to manipulate band members and dancers as if they were stop-motion puppets. This  effect is made possible by filming the performances using the Orbital Video – a technology that places multiple cameras in a circle, simultaneously shooting footage. The result is that for every shot featured in the promo, there is a series of 8 other variations through which the users can quickly navigate, thus creating new rhythms and movements. Read more about the creative process and technologies used in the Carry Me video and check out the making of below. Not a fan of interactive music videos? Watch the linear version of Carry Me.        

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    Bombay Bicycle Club - Carry Me interactive music video directed by Powster

    Interactive

    title:

    Carry Me

    artist:

    Bombay Bicycle Club

    director:

    Powster

    powster.com

    bombaybicycleclubmusic.com

    carryme.tv


     


    Carry Me

    Created by London-based studio Powster, using the Adobe Creative Cloud, this spectacular interactive music video allows users to manipulate band members and dancers as if they were stop-motion puppets. This  effect is made possible by filming the performances using the Orbital Video – a technology that places multiple cameras in a circle, simultaneously shooting footage. The result is that for every shot featured in the promo, there is a series of 8 other variations through which the users can quickly navigate, thus creating new rhythms and movements.

    Read more about the creative process and technologies used in the Carry Me video and check out the making of below.

    Not a fan of interactive music videos? Watch the linear version of Carry Me.

     

     

     

     

    Tags: band performance, directors from UK, interactive


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