Creative Video: Radiohead's "House of Cards" Ross | July 16th, 2008

Radiohead’s music video for its song “House of Cards” (from the Rainbows album) was made without cameras or lights. Instead, Geometric Informatics (structured light) and Velodyne LIDAR (multiple lasers) were used to produce the video. Some interesting information at the following link, with both the video and the making-of video to explain the technologies that were used.

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  • squarelogo

    I just watched the video and the “making of” this morning. Radiohead is always good for some bleeding edge creative. Great stuff.

  • entz

    Awesome! Radiohead is always experimenting with stuffs which is why they are my favourite rock band! :)

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