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Dave Gahan & Soulsavers "All of This and Nothing" (fourclops ::), dir.)

Just when you thought Jem had ruined "holograms" for all eternity, along comes this awesome clip for Depeche Mode and production crew Soulsavers. "All of This and Nothing" is the first ever hologram video, although it does require some work on your part if you want to watch it in all of 3D glory. But, if you've got some useless CD jewel cases (don't we all?), scissors, and a little bit of dexterity, you can check out this handy guide to build your own prismatic hologram viewer and watch this come to life.

Or you can be lazy and just buy a premade HoloGram Pyramid... Or you can just watch the video as-is and imagine how much amazing it'd be as a hologram.

TV Girl "Girls Like Me" (fourclops ::), dir.)

Directing duo fourclops continue to explore interactive terrain with this social music video for LA-based TV Girl.

“Girls Like Me” features you and your Facebook friends alongside the band's fanbased, who were shot via Skype sessions by fourclops. When you connect with the video via Facebook, it asks you "strike a pose" and then it mixes your photo in with a bunch of others taken from both your friends who have also participated in the interactivity.

Yuna "Live Your Life" (fourclops ::) , Dir.)

The fourclops ::) creative crew doesn't get as interactive as they're prone to be, but they do get their MacGyver on, taking ordinary items and making them into a beautiful world for Yuna. On display are:

  • Opening trippy fluid shots made by combining milk, food coloring, and soap.  
  • Sparkly shots created by burning steel wool.
  • Bubbly objects that are actually homemade lava lamps using water, cooking oil and food coloring.
  • Ink in water and lots more

It's like a science fair as a music video.