The talented performers from the Xtrap Dance Crew choreographed this amazing routine that turns three pairs of hands—30 fingers in total—into a human kaleidoscope that will make you wonder how anyone could ever memorize this many complex moves.
Daredevil has been praised for its grit and realism, and since it’s a show about a guy who spends at least half his time beating people up, this means the way he fights has to feel believable.
I can barely keep track of what’s going on in each scene of this video by AXYZM because everyone is moving in such perfectly orchestrated movements that my eyeballs just start spinning trying to keep track. It’s like seeing human kaleidoscopes shift around or mirrored clones mimicking each other.
Marvel at these excerpts from Pixel, a modern dance performance that looks like it's taking place inside the computers of Tron. It's so simple, and yet it's utterly captivating.
These types of dances are an old tradition but they're always so mind tickling to see. The choreography is perfect and it's like seeing art in motion. This particular Thousand-Hand Guan Yin dance was performed by deaf dancers which makes the timing of it all even more incredible.
This is what you get when you combine robotics, the projection-mapping of 3D computer graphics, and an actor all working together in perfect synchronization. It's a five-minute short film called "The Box" — and it's nothing short of revolutionary.