A couple weeks ago, I posted a remarkable music video by OK Go, with them performing weightless. I included a link to an article here by Phil Plait in Slate that described the science of how it was all done. In that article, he referred to several of his other favorite (and particularly amazing) OK Go music videos, several of which I had already posted. One though that I hadn't was their "optical illusion" video.
So, to rectify that, here it is.
Most of the OK Go music videos are done in one take. In full disclosure, this is not. Though it looks like it is, which is part of the optical illusion.
Here then is "The Writing's on the Wall."
Or is it?
And that happy, giggling sound you may hear wafting through the stratosphere is that of the eminent Nell Minow, our resident OK Go geek fan, who is beside herself whenever anything even remotely OK Go-related is presented....
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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