Japanese band 'HaKu' create an otherworldly video with an RGB+D toolkit.

Way back in May of this year we wrote about the film Clouds, which featured a new, experimental filmmaking technique from the RGB+D team that used a Kinect and a DSLR camera to create a hybrid CGI and video form, marrying the two together. This technique takes the video footage from the SLR and maps it onto data captured with the Kinect depth-sensing camera, so you get strange-looking 3D visuals where forms become fragmented and erupt into point clouds or distort into meshes of lines.

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