OK Go creates entire music video out of just 4.2 seconds of footage

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OK Go is known for their incredible music videos, but this one might just be the most impressive.

On Wednesday, the group released their “The One Moment” music video, which uses just 4.2 seconds of footage.


The 4.2 seconds are slowed down to fill out the song.

In those few moments, 325 events occur, according to Rolling Stone.

Within three hours, the video already had 1.3 million views.

In 2005, ‘Here It Goes Again’ wowed audiences when they performed a complex treadmill routine.

In 2014, they debuted ‘I Won’t Let You Down,’ using Honda’s self-balancing unicycles – think the Segway for people who prefer sitting down.

Earlier this year, they released ‘Upside Down & Inside Out’ which was shot in zero gravity.

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