Filmmaker Ross Ching made a short film in which he "conducts" colourful paint splashes to music. He really just put some paint on stereo speakers, recorded its reaction to sound and then slowed the whole thing down to exaggerate the effects. We've heard of pops of colour, but we've never seen any as cool as this. [Gawker]
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