Arcade Fire Interactive Music Video

Chris Milk along with Arcade Fire and Google bring us a new experience for viewing music video.  An experience tailored to the viewer.  Type the address where you grew up or any address you’re familiar with in the Text Box and watch the film.  To try it out click here.

The Wilderness Downtown”, the project was created by writer/director Chris Milk with the band Arcade Fire and Google. Building this project on the web and for the browser allowed us to craft an experience that is not only personalized, but also deeply personal for each viewer. “The Wilderness Downtown” takes you down memory lane through the streets you grew up in. It’s set to Arcade Fire’s new song “We Used to Wait” off their newly released album The Suburbs (which you may be familiar with, especially if you were one of 3.7 million viewers who live-streamed Arcade Fire’s concert on YouTube earlier this month). The project was built with the latest web technologies and includes HTML5, Google Maps, an integrated drawing tool, as well as multiple browser windows that move around the screen.

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  • runslow

    posted 30 August, 2010
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