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Thursday, August 27, 2009

"8-Bit Trip" : Mindblowing Lego Animation Video

I've been a huge fan of the retro 8 bit music movement for years, best typified by online record labels like Jahtari and 8bitpeoples, but these guys might take the prize for more ridiculously die-hard:

Apparently this took them 1500 hours of work slowly moving lego bricks and snapping a digital photo for each frame. The rotations and zoom effects they get totally floored me. I made a few 30 second lego movies as a kid so I can fully appreciate the amount of both fun and work that went into this. I'm definitely going to be watching these guys for what they do next.

(thanks for the link Tina)

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