“Music lovers could also decide whether or not to buy a discbox with a vinyl album, bonus CD and other assorted bits and pieces, for about $80 US,” posted p2pnet.
Now they’ve done it again with House of Cards.
And this time, they’ve apparently gone open source.
Their new single comes with a promo video shot with two advanced visualisation techniques to produce computer renderings in real time, as The Guardian describes it, continuing:
“Radiohead has employed a scanning system, called Geometric Informatics, that produces structured light to capture three-dimensional images in close-up. Then, for some atmospheric location shots, an advanced Velodyne Lidar system, which uses multiple lasers to capture large environments, has been used to create scenes of suburban Los Angeles. The system uses 64 lasers rotating in 360 degrees at a rate of 900 times per minute.
“The live action promo was created entirely with visualisations of that data. But what is most interesting is the way that Radiohead has decided to ‘open source’ the project, allowing anyone to use the data to produce their own interpretation of the promo.”
Click here for the YouTube video on how they did it.
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