Pixelated Truth – Art, music and performance in Second Life

It’s not all powerpoints and offices in the metaverse you know.
Claus Uriza from the wonderful PopArtLab was the driving force behind the creation of this excellant Machinima music video for Giana Factory’s new song Pixelated Truth. FuzonAcid directed the video and I think it shows that we often forget the depth of creativity that makes Second Life such an interesting medium. 20 actors performed in real time with their avatars being filmed for this. You can think of it as a form of very rich puppetry. Which when combined with great editing and and storytelling set to music is a very powerful package.
Enjoy, and think of the possibilities. You can create create things like this in a virtual world.

2 thoughts on “Pixelated Truth – Art, music and performance in Second Life

  1. Actually there is no direction in this video. It is all improv and watching people being creative doing what they enjoy doing. Don’t tell anyone but no storyline either…lol.

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