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Stop-Motion Viral Music Video Created Using 500 Girls Holding An iPad [Video]

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An interesting production enlisted participation from passers-by to hold up a tablet.

Yi Chen
  • 11 july 2012

Australian indie rock band Abe & Tell has created an interesting video for its song ‘This Man’s Brighter Days.’ The stop-motion clip included over 500 girls holding an iPad. The tablet was projecting one frame from the band’s official music video. When the photos were compiled together, the iPad was aligned to be in the same spot throughout the frames. The end effect is that the tablet remains still and plays the music video, while the people holding it changes throughout.

Abe & Tell were able to get girls from around the streets of Sydney to take part in this project. Watch the video below to see how it all turned out in the end:

Abe & Tell

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