Weather Controlled Music Video for Mike Milosh’s You Make Me Feel

The Unseen Video is a weather controlled, dynamic music video for the Mike Milosh track You Make Me Feel (2004).
Created using Flash MX 2004, the weather influences the appearance of the video over time from the position of the viewer. Each rendering is uniquely controlled by data based on the location/environment of the viewer, creating an unusual experience of passive interaction.

The Unseen Video is the final year project of Daniel Scheibel and Ferdinand Weinrother. The work was generated during the summer term of March-July 2005 at the Department of Design, University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, Germany.
You make me feel  is released on Plug Research the American West Coast label for underground experimental electronica including Low Res, Mannequin Lung and others.
Visit the Milosh Myspace for info and more streaming music.
Via unmediated originally from we make money not art
meteorological data: 
location found:
Augsburg, Germany
closest weatherstation:
Augsburg, Deutschland
max. Temp: 0 °C (32 °F)
min. Temp: -11 °C (12.2 °F)
current Temp: -10 °C (14 °F)
P.O.P: 30%
wind: S-S-W, 1 km/h
sunrise: 8:5
sunset: 16:43
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