OK Go Shoots New Music Video Completely in Zero Gravity
The masters of meticulously choreographed music videos, OK Go, just released their latest: a three-minute clip for their new single Upside Down & Inside Out shot entirely in zero gravity. The video was filmed aboard areduced gravity aircraft at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center near Moscow over a period of three weeks.
It’s being billed around the web as the ‘first music video shot entirely in zero gravity,’ but to be fair, I think astronaut Chris Hadfield beat them to it with his rendition of Bowie’s Space Oddity filmed on the ISS in 2013. Still, a ridiculously fun new music video.
Just making this video was so much fun, none of us can really imagine what it means. Experiencing zero gravity, or the illusion of not experiencing it is something every one should experience at least once. Unfortunately most will never know hat it means and can only imaine. Thanks to OK Go, we can get a glimpse in what it means to simply float as if in mid air.