Way back in March, musical genius Björk released a 360° virtual reality video for her Vulnicura single “Stonemilker”, as part of her MoMA exhibit. Now, that very same magical video has been released out into the wild for every and anyone to watch. The video was shot on a beach in Iceland, and was directed by Andrew Thomas Huang, who also directed “Black Lake,” and was produced by Vrse.works, with the special effects by Digital Domain. The video does allow the viewer to interact with it and change the vantage point by dragging your mouse/cursor across the window. It’s pretty amazing.
Watch it above. If you want more Björk, then read our wrap up of Governors Ball 2015 Day 2 in which the Icelandic goddess features prominently.