Seismometers and Freaky Red Ink
I just discovered this video named I’ll be gone from KORB. It shows what appears to be a Seismometer (you know, a machine that measures earthquake activity) or even a heart rate monitor device. Anyway, what is really freaky about this video is what happens to the red ink that the Seismometer deposits on the graph paper.
As the soundtrack progresses, the ink sort-of dissolves into the air─with great effect. Take a look at the short video near the end of this post (after the screenshots). It’ just over 4 minutes long, but gets more interesting as the video progresses…
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I’ll be gone from KORB on Vimeo. © Credits: Music title: MARIO BASANOV & VIDIS feat JAZZU – I’ll be gone // Director: Rimantas Lukavicius // VFX / Design company: KORB // Producers: Martynas Mickenas, Arunas Matacius // Production Company: RGB // Inspired by SOBIESKI.
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