2,300 LEDs Sync Up with Beats in Lusine’s New Music Video #MusicMonday
Creators has the premiere of this awesome music video from Lusine!
“Just a Cloud,” takes a bus passenger on a journey to heightened states of awareness.
A custom lighting rig featuring 2,300 LEDs was used to create the hypnotic pulsing visuals in the music video for Lusine’s track, “Just a Cloud,” taken from new album Sensorimotor. The video is by director Michael Reisinger, who collaborated with Alex Borton to create the setup.
The rig, featuring 11 separate LED panels and over 1,000 feet of wiring, surrounds an actress listening to her headphones as she travels along on a city bus. The LED lights imitate the beats of the music with the journey becoming more intense until the woman awakens into a new reality.
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