Thursday, March 15

Japanese synchronized "swimmers"



Here is a short clip of an interactive visualizer from Japan's Music Saves Tomorrow Campaign. If you head on over to Sperm.jp, you can choose your favorite song from Vimeo and have the little sperms dance to it. You can also change whose sperm it is to change the dance routine.

Sperm.jp says they each filmed their own sperm under a biological microscope to extract its shapes and motion data to create the animation. Weird? Awesome?

Their concept is that children are the "seeds" of tomorrow so why not influence them to help create a bright future.


MUSIC SAVES TOMORROW(SPERM DANCE 60 Sec Ver) from SPACE SHOWER TV on Vimeo.

The default song is "Denpa Jack" by Passepied. Denpa Jack means "Broadcast signal intrusion" or basically: a hijacked broadcast. Remember, you can pick any track from Vimeo. Have fun!

Here is the Making Of video:


MUSIC SAVES TOMORROW SPERM DANCE MAKING VIDEO from SPACE SHOWER TV on Vimeo.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks! The Sperm.jp site is very fun.

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You should probably engage in some conversation.