Let Your Heartbeat Control The Music With J Views’ #Almostforgot

What if a song can change depending on your mood? What if a song becomes a slower, moodier tempo when you’re relaxing but changes into faster and upbeat tempo when you’re running? That’s what J Views’ latest single, ‘#Almostforgot’, is able to do with its music video.

J Views Almostforgot

The first of its kind, ‘#Almostforgot’ is a music video that follows the users heart beat to determine the song’s tempo and the accompanying visuals.

J Views, with the help of Hello Monday, created the video using a technology that monitors the changes in your skin complexion to match with each heartbeat by using the device’s camera.

Here’s a tutorial on how the music video works:

You can download the ‘#Almostforgot’ app for iPhone here and Android (v5.0 and above) here.

Source: Mashable

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