This is probably one of the coolest music-related uses of the browser yet. The Netherlands’ Light Light has a new music video called “Kilo,” and you probably won’t find anywhere else but on its homepage. Why? Because the whole thing just wouldn’t be possible on TV.
Kilo is a browser-based, crowd-sourced, interactive music video. It tracks your mouse movements as you follow along to the instructions to the screen, joining countless others in a short fun game filled with music. After you complete the video, you’ll be greeted with a message telling you that your mouse cursor movements will be added to the video within the next hour — even though it might be hard to tell because of all the craziness going on in the video.
It’s surprisingly fun and more importantly, it’s a new kind of experience. A quick little search online shows that it might be possible to find the video through other sources like YouTube, but watch it there and you’ll miss out on all the fun. So head on over to the link below and check it out! Keep in mind that one scene might contain NSFW imagery, but only for a short while.
[via The Verge]