A psychedelic trip between a social gathering and one’s private space.
We wanted something similar to a music video.
In pursuing this, we realized we couldn’t do this the same way music videos are made in conventional film because it’s 360 VR. Thus, we had to ensure it was immersive; providing something much more than what a traditional 2D music video can provide.
We went about this by not only filming in an environment that was visually stimulating all around, but also by adding trippy visual effects in post-production.
Creating not just a music video, but also an experience.
–Tristian Suel, Debonair Murray & Jake Mannino.
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