Facebook much? Well, maybe it’s time to think about the content you’ve released in the great world wide open internet space! Director Rajeev Basu creates an interactive music video for Big Data about voyeurism in the digital age. Replicating the Facebook environment (but without actually posting on Facebook) the promo serves as a reminder that it’s not just us doing the watching, as we are in turn watched, monitored and recorded. The experience works best with Google Chrome. Enjoy the walk-through video below and read the interview we did with Rajeev about Facehawk!          

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    Big Data - Facehawk interactive music video by Rajeev Basu

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    Dangerous (Facehawk)

    artist:

    Big Data

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    Rajeev Basu

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    Dangerous (Facehawk)

    Facebook much? Well, maybe it’s time to think about the content you’ve released in the great world wide open internet space!

    Director Rajeev Basu creates an interactive music video for Big Data about voyeurism in the digital age. Replicating the Facebook environment (but without actually posting on Facebook) the promo serves as a reminder that it’s not just us doing the watching, as we are in turn watched, monitored and recorded.

    The experience works best with Google Chrome.

    Enjoy the walk-through video below and read the interview we did with Rajeev about Facehawk!

     

     

     

     

     

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