A Japanese artist turns the human body into an incredibly trippy animation that you have to see.

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A Japanese artist turns the human body into an incredibly trippy animation that you have to see.

Tokyo-based artist Kouhei Nakama took body scans of ordinary people to make this hypnotic, motion-graphics music video.

Using mathematical and biological concepts, he created a kaleidoscope of designs from the rubbery 3D models. They’re ripped into a million particles and put back together, morphed into geometric patterns and flown around like a school of fish.

All the while, they move in sync with the song’s gyrating drum beat.

Mesmerizing at 0:53…






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