Red Hot Chili Peppers decided to join the interactive club with “Look Around” – a lovely 360-degree introspection into their “personal” spaces. As the song plays, viewers are free to browse through the band members’ rooms, some of which are decorated with their precious personal possessions. You’re supposed to quite literally Look Around, as the rooms contain hidden objects that link to additional Making Of materials. Our personal favorite bonus was Anthony’s presentation video, flavored with some incredibly sweet remarks addressed to his kids running around on set.

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    Interactive

    title:

    Look Around

    artist:

    Red Hot Chili Peppers

    director:

    Robert Hales

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    Look Around

    Red Hot Chili Peppers decided to join the interactive club with “Look Around” – a lovely 360-degree introspection into their “personal” spaces. As the song plays, viewers are free to browse through the band members’ rooms, some of which are decorated with their precious personal possessions. You’re supposed to quite literally Look Around, as the rooms contain hidden objects that link to additional Making Of materials. Our personal favorite bonus was Anthony’s presentation video, flavored with some incredibly sweet remarks addressed to his kids running around on set.

    Tags: 360 degree panoramic, band performance, panoramic


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