Beck has outdone himself this time. The alt experimentalist has a new music video out today and it’s a sight to behold. The clip itself is from a performance earlier this month when Beck and a 170-piece orchestra covered David Bowie’s “Sound and Vision” for Lincoln’s “Hello, Again” covers campaign.

This new video, created by Chris Milk and Beck himself, gives the user an insane amount of control over how the chaotic performance is displayed. Using 360-degree cameras, facial recognition and a whole bunch of bizarre effects, the user can watch Beck from any angle, directing the scene with a turn of the head. Experience the “Sound and Vision” video yourself via the link below.

Video: Beck "Sound and Vision (David Bowie Cover)"

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[via ConsequenceOfSound]