Pac-Man With Human Pixels

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09.10.10 3 Comments

French-Swiss artist Guillaume Reymond (of Human Tetris internet fame) has made another “human pixel” video for his GAME OVER Project.  For the fifth in the series he shot a stop-motion Pac-Man game with 111 people in the Trafo cinema (Baden, Switzerland).  He says it took four hours to do all the t-shirt changes and capture all the poses required to make this happen.

The other videos in the series can be viewed at NotSoNoisy.  I don’t recommend that Human Tetris video mentioned above.  Not because it isn’t awesome (it is), but because you’ll be yelling at the screen, “That’s not where that piece goes. GAAAAH!”

[via Nerdcore]

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