[NetBehaviour] Radiohead Open Sources Music Video.

clemos cl3mos at gmail.com
Mon Jul 21 15:25:07 CEST 2008

Hi Marc and all

Maybe you'll like this one as well:
I got it from a guy on the Papervision3D mailing list
The realtime 3d data visualizer on the Radiohead/Googlecode website
apparently uses "pieces" from this awesome 3d library for Flash
(though not credited)...

Less hype, less money, more fun :)

On Sat, Jul 19, 2008 at 12:28 PM, marc garrett
<marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:
> Radiohead Open Sources Music Video.
> Following up their 'pay what you like' music album, Radiohead is once
> again pushing forward with trying to innovate in an industry that has
> typically innovated with lawsuits alone. Radiohead has now decided to
> [0]open source a music video. According to the article, 'Its new single
> "House of Cards" has a video that was created using advanced
> visualization techniques and various computer-rendered models. The band
> has teamed up with Google to release the data for the promo as open
> source using a Creative Commons license.'" The article links a making-of
> video on YouTube. The music of "House of Cards" was not open sourced,
> just the visual data. according to a story in the UK Guardian, people
> are beginning to play around with the data. Statement from Slashdot.
> Guardian Article:
> http://tinyurl.com/6pwtmx
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