Samsung Super Slow-Motion Motion

Samsung recently commissioned Spanish performance group Colective de Arte to stage a slow motion stunt in the streets of Jerez in Spain. On March 12, 2011, choreographed moves were sent to fourteen street headset-wearing performers using the Galaxy Ace Android-powered smartphone. The end result, the YouTube video, provides 18 minutes and 45 seconds of slow motion action sped up to appear as a stop-motion film.

Samsung Slow Motion


Click on the image below to play the Samsung Slow Motion video in YouTube (HD)

Credits

The Slow Motion campaign was developed and seeded at The Viral Factory for Samsung.

Colectivo De Arte are Jorge, Eva, Cristina, Raquel, Javier, Tomas, Ana, Vanessa, Julius, Norberto, Rafael, Rocio, Paco and Joseca.

Filming was shot by director Jake Lunt with The Viral Factory with producer Jon Stopp, Spanish producer Nick Bolger Icon International, Barcelona.

Editing was done by editor Owen Oppenheimer at The Quarry, London, and online editor Frasier Celland. Post production was done at The Moving Picture Company, London, by colorist Ricky Gausis.

Audio design and mix were produced by Tristin Norwell. Music is by Audio Network.

  • http://www.londoncopywriter.co.uk Freelance Copywriter

    Very nice, but what’s it actually selling?

  • http://www.genesconectados.com Jenny

    Indeed, it seems to never show something about the real product…but it cautivates, for sure ;) So maybe that´s all about.

  • Jess

    I would say only music captivates, video is not very much understandable without describing the theme