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The video above is one of the trippiest things youâ€™ll see today. Itâ€™s a video showing a seemingly endless transition from a picture of a picture, to a picture of that picture of a picture, and so on. Want to know how it was made?
It all started a few weeks ago after Washington DC-based Paul Weber noticed a picture posted by a friend in Ohio. It showed him posing next a monitor showing the photo of a girl:
Before Weber could â€œlikeâ€ the photo, it was quickly taken down and replaced with a message â€œMal is pissedâ€. However, 10 minutes later the friendâ€™s roommate posted a photo of himself posing next to the first image:
Seeing this new image, Weber and some other friends/co-workers began to join in.
The photo thread was soon shared publicly on Facebook and then, when that source was exhausted, on Reddit.
Less than 24 hours later, Weber found himself with a â€œphoto of a photoâ€ series 55 pictures long that had been viewed 1.8 million times.
He then showed the series to Mal, the girl in the original photo who was â€œpissedâ€. The awesomeness of the project changed Malâ€™s opinion, and she agreed to cap it off as the subject of the last photo:
And thatâ€™s the crazy story of how this amazing video and photo project came together. You can see the entire series of photographs over on Imgur.