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The vibrant and upbeat music video for the song Kimi no Mikata by J-Pop act Kyary Pamyu Pamyu was shot in a single continuous take, using a combination of precise choreography and carefully-timed video footage played on an array of tablet screens.
A demonstration of four incredible LED-illuminated costumes created by high tech scenery and costume makers Stigma for EKRAN. While there’s more standing around and posing than dancing here, the costumes are the real star of the show.
When someone sends us a dance video, the moves are performed with legs and arms. Not so in this clip from StatusSilver, choreographed by XTRAP, which features a synchronized performance by three sets of hands. It’s like a Busby Berkeley musical, but for fingers.
This odd contraption by artist Peter William Holden uses a series of eight robotic arms which move fedoras in sync with a musical track. By the end, you’ll be imagining a group of invisible dancers wearing said hats. Also, we’re pretty sure we found their feet.