“Pixel” is a live show that combines dance choreography with interactive, 3D projection mapping. The show features 11 dancers and recently debuted at Maison des Arts de Créteil in France. In the amazing video above we see highlights from the 60 minutes performance which was directed and choreographed by Mourad Merzouki.
Featured on Good Morning America and ABC’s Great Christmas Light Fight, this light show set to Star Wars music is over the top, incredibly well synced and… well you just have to watch it. From the YouTube description: “I sequenced the show using LOR, mixed the music/sound effects with Digital Performer, and filmed it…
233 viral video clips in 6 non-stop minutes. How many can you recognize? Editing by Zapatou (Luc Bergeron), whose annual “Best of Web” compilation is now in its seventh year. I can’t wait to see what treasures 2015 will bring!
This guy’s an actual drummer but he can’t have a drum kit at home because of the noise. So he makes do with an iPad and the GarageBand app and he’s pretty awesome on it. Rock on!
Cymatics is the feature single off of Nigel Stanford’s latest instrumental album Solar Echoes. The music video consists of a number of interesting sound visualization experiments. If you have a good screen be sure to watch this in stunning 4K!
Captain Picard and the Enterprise crew perform their rendition of “Let It Snow” written by lyricist Sammy Cahn and composer Jule Styne (1945). How engaging.
Watch this little kid rock out to a great rendition of the Grateful Dead’s cover of “Me & My Uncle”. The musicians are Coyote & Crow and the impromptu dance party took place on the subway platform of Bedford Avenue station in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York city.