Chuck Anderson Plays With Retro Style in Interactive Music Video

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Chuck Anderson's Electrical Pulse is an interactive website and music video for producer Juno Akasawa. The colorful site allows users to manipulate geometric shapes and objects in a constantly evolving electronic landscape.

Says Anderson about the style of the site, "There are some references to retro technology, but I use that style mostly because it renders quickly, it's easy to implement, and has a nice aesthetic. The rock [graphic in] the piece was nice, too, because I could use its pieces as props or as a whole throughout the whole experience.”

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