Bjork Releases Latest VR Music Video Using Motion Capture

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Bjork has released the latest in a string of VR music videos from her album

Vulnicara

online. This 2D YouTube cut of the VR video, which premiered at the 

2016 Airwaves Festival, presents a lit-up, motion captured Bjork dancing underwater.

"We wanted the surfaces to alter materials, emit light, and look interesting throughout the entire piece, as it was driven by the underlying motion-capture performance," Matt Chandler of London-based VFX studio

Analog

 told

Creators

. "The dark, ominous atmosphere is dissolved as she literally grows into a light-charged entity surrounded by hypnotic fluid motions."

Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones directed the experience. Watch below and read more

here

.

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