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OK Go's new music video features a wall of printers

A total of 567 printers were used for the video.

Los Angeles rock band OK Go has released a new music video for "Obsession." It features a wall of printers ejecting brightly coloured sheets of paper in time with the music.

There's more paper where that came from.


According to the band's YouTube page you'll get the best viewing experience by manually changing your YouTube resolution settings to 1440p or 2160p. 

Leaving the settings on Auto HD results in distortion during the more colourful sections, as there's "too much information flying by for YouTube's normal HD compression."

In a separate video from the company responsible for providing the paper, one of the band members says there were "no printer jams at all" during the process.

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