Hi, we're fourclops ::)
We make interactive videos.
We think the web can be used as a platform to make videos more personalized, innovative and fun.
Check out our work below and drop us a line
TrueTube is a video remix platform that gives fans the opportunity to create their own mashups combining YouTube videos with tracks from Avicii's hit album "True". Users can watch any of the thousands of crowdsourced mashup videos or try making one of their own. The creator page provides an easy-to-use editing tool, allowing users to make personalized visual remixes of Avicii's music.
A Musical Sticker Book Experience
Inventive, imaginative, and downright cute...
Toki's Monstas is the interactive music video for Tokimonsta feat. Gavin Turek "Clean Slate". The artists are beamed down to Earth from a flying saucer full of alien "monstas". While the video plays, the user can drag sticker monstas into the image and design the page however they'd like. After the video ends, users can share their unique sticker book artwork.
If ever there was a music video that could truly be called an "experience," this is it.
"C.L.U.B." is a personalized interactive music video experience developed in HTML5 for MNDR and the O Music Awards. The video tells the story of the user's spontaneous trip to New York and subsequent rise to fame, all viewed through their iPhone. After connecting to Facebook, the user will see their profile information along with names and photos of their friends integrated into the storyline.
The Blu Dot Swap Meet was an online auction that accepted creative bids in exchange for Blu Dot's modern furniture. We were hired by Mono to produce both the website and a viral promo featuring Har Mar Superstar, who quirkily explains how the contest works.
The project received over 15 million media impressions, with press from Good Magazine, ReadyMade, Fast Company's Co.Design, FFFFound, and Apartment Therapy, among many others. After a successful run in early 2011, the Swap Meet was brought back for an encore in 2012. Selected by Communication Arts as a Webpick of the Week.
Live Your Life
Strong editing and perfect effects.
"Live Your Life" is a music video for the beautiful track from Yuna, remixed by TWINSMATIC. The video features atmospheric visual effects, created practically by filming DIY science experiments. To learn more about how we did it, check out this article at MAKE Magazine.
Au Revoir Simone
Knight of Wands
"Knight of Wands" is an interactive coloring book music video for Au Revoir Simone. The project allows users to personally design their own music video. Users can save their creation as a jpg or share with their friends on Facebook, Flickr, or Twitter.
The video premiered on Mashable and was nominated for "Most Innovative Music Video" by the MTV O Music Awards. Press mentions include the Los Angeles Times, Creativity, Stereogum and more.
Girls Like Me
Fourclops unveil another Facebook Connect winner.
"Girls Like Me" is a constantly evolving, interactive social music video for TV Girl. Footage of the band's fans singing and performing is combined with webcam pictures of you and your Facebook friends for a unique experience each time. After connecting with Facebook, you strike a pose and take a webcam photo that will pop up in the video along with photos of your Facebook friends.
Magnificently shot, and a beauty to watch.
"Speak Up" is a music video for POP ETC (formerly The Morning Benders) off of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 soundtrack. The video features dreamlike imagery of the band sailing endlessly in an oceanic journey. POP ETC's performance is interspersed with romantic clips of Bella and Edward's love story from the final film of The Twilight Saga as well as cameos from some playful dolphins. The video premiered on AOL Spinner, was featured on Stereogum and just about every Twilight fansite imaginable.
Burn Energy Drinks
Many terms come to mind when I see skateboarding videos, but rarely do the words "beautiful" or "artistic" surface.
"Extremities" is a viral ad for Coca-Cola brand's Burn Energy Drink, soundtracked by Blackbird Blackbird's "Pure". The video showcases Aryeh Kraus skateboarding from seven simultaneous split screen perspectives, including an angle from below the board.
Extremities premiered on Mashable and currently has over 900k views. It's been featured on the Frontpage of Vimeo, Gizmodo, CBS News, ESPN's Sportsnation, The Daily What, Make Magazine, The Boing Boing Channel on Virgin America Airlines, Wieden + Kennedy's Inspiration Blog, Fubiz and more.