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Kaleidoscopic Drone Footage Takes You To Mind-Bending Places That Can't Really Exist

It looks like drone pilot and videographer Alban Roinard somehow managed to fly his quadcopter into the dream worlds of Christopher Nolan’s Inception. But watching these European cities fold onto themselves isn’t the result of a million dollars-worth of special effects; it’s just simple mirroring tricks applied to captivating aerial footage.

Ever since drones got powerful enough to hoist decent cameras we’ve been inundated with spectacular aerial views of almost every city on earth—to the point where it’s almost boring to watch now. But this video shared by Parker Paul introduces a new twist, literally, that makes them captivating to watch again.

[Vimeo via BoingBoing]

Published at Wed, 13 Sep 2017 16:13:00 +0000

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