The Octopus Project goes 3D with trippy new Fever Forms trailer
Austin-based indie/experimental pop band The Octopus Project is known for providing a euphoric experience defined by frenetic beats and catchy melodies.
The band takes its trippy vibe from the stage to the screen with its latest trailer, a 3D video created to promote the release of Fever Forms, coming in July.
No special glasses are required to see the effects of The Octopus Project's video, but you'll need to hone in on the eye-crossing skills you likely haven't used since middle school. The instructions state, "you'll need to learn to cross your eyes and focus on the 'third image' that forms in the middle [of the screen]." (There's even a handy guide available online to help you master the technique also known as "free-viewing.")
If you're successful at "free-viewing," you'll unlock a glimpse of Octopus Project magic before the new LP drops on July 9.