On June 22, pop artist Robyn launched a 3D video using no cameras, written entirely in code, with much of the content fed by fans via a Twitter feed. Robyn has premiered her new web video for "Don't Fucking Tell Me What to Do" on Tuesday, June 22nd on her website, Robyn.com.
The video is the first of its kind, a 3D video using no cameras, written entirely in code, with much of the content fed by fans via a Twitter feed. The video is a unique experience with every view as it re- generates with each loading of the URL. The first portion of the video features visualization of Robyn's lyrics in 3D.
The remainder of the video is created by users themselves who tweet in what is killing them using the Twitter hash tag, #killingme. These tweets are themselves visualized and credited to the user. The video has the potential to become the infinite video as users can continue to add on to the endless stream of #killingme comments. "Don't Fucking Tell Me What To Do" is the opening track from Body Talk Pt. 1 which sees Robyn sardonically running through a check-list of guilt-inducing vices- "My drinking is killing me, my smoking is killing me" against a propulsive, glitchy backbeat.
The concept was originally developed by Mary Fagot, Creative Director for Blip Boutique and the web development team at Stopp Web in Stockholm, lead by Project Manager & Creative Thomas Bjork. The Stopp Web development team were experimenting with Anaglyphic 3D at the time, providing a perfect opportunity to visualize all the things that were killing Robyn.
The desire to involve fans in an interactive experience lead to the incorporation of the twitter feed to give the chance to see the things that are killing them visualized things in Robyn's video. Listen to the track and try out the video here: http://robyn.com/killingme
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