Following in the footsteps of Arcade Fire (remember the interactive video for "We Used to Wait"?), Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi have released the interactive video for "3 Dreams of Black," a complement to the track "Black" off of their upcoming collaborative album, Rome. The video was directed by Chris Milk and, similar "We Used to Wait," was created by Google using Google Chrome's WebGL technology. This means that you'll need Google Chrome to use it, so just go ahead and install Chrome, cause it's a small price to pay to see this awesome video.
While chatting with Evolver, Milk said, "I have a philosophy about telling stories through multiple channels, and how we as humans are far-more-sophisticated media-consuming beings than we were 10 years ago. We can actually track these stories on multiple platforms for longer periods of time... There are a lot of 'easter eggs' and hidden things, and at the end of it… there's a lot to explore. It may seem at first like it's just one three-and-a-half-minute-long piece, but if you keep looking and going further, there's no shortage of rabbit holes to go down."
You can watch the video here. Rome is out May 17th via Capitol Records.