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    The concept was simple; freak out the target audience (stoners & acid heads). If you were tripping on 'shrooms or acid, what would freak you out … Read More
    The concept was simple; freak out the target audience (stoners & acid heads). If you were tripping on 'shrooms or acid, what would freak you out the most than a sequence of clips of your favorite shows being distorted and morphed together into something completely incoherent? The entire sequence doesn’t make sense, and that’s the beauty of it. The way I did this was by corrupting the data that a video conversion software embeds inside of a video file, and “meshed” datasets of separate clips into one. I had to use a very specific nightly build of a very crappy transcoding software in order to get this effect. The technique is called data moshing / blooming. The track in the background is an edit / remix I did in Ableton of a well-known Flying Lotus track. Read Less
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The concept was simple; freak out the target audience (stoners & acid heads). If you were tripping on 'shrooms or acid, what would freak you out the most than a sequence of clips of your favorite shows being distorted and morphed together into something completely incoherent? The entire sequence doesn’t make sense, and that’s the beauty of it.

The way I did this was by corrupting the data that a video conversion software embeds inside of a video file, and “meshed” datasets of separate clips into one. I had to use a very specific nightly build of a very crappy transcoding software in order to get this effect. The technique is called data moshing / blooming.  

The track in the background is an edit / remix I did in Ableton of a well-known Flying Lotus track.