Omadaka has created a new video for the chiptune disco track â€œKyoteizinc,â€ featuring the computer tweaked dance moves of Masako Yasumoto.
The Omodaka creative project adopts a process which they describe as â€œtrial and error process of mutational fusion of music and motion graphics".
The soundtrack is somewhat of a mix of trance with what sounds a lot like the connecting sound of dialup modems.
Enjoyable, none the least.
Implications - In the last few years, the importance of investing in marketing campaigns with the potential to go viral has increased greatly. One of the best ways for a company to capitalize on this movement is by creating marketing that co-opts a popular viral fad (stop-motion, flash mobs, planking) and uses it to market their product.
Ballet Meets Kung Fu Stop Motion
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