Watch This Now: OK Go Takes Over Your Browser

Categories: Video

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​It's no secret -- OK Go is really good at making music videos. Ever since these Chicago-via-L.A. rockers hit the gym in the coolest fashion we've ever seen, they've has killed it with bizarre but joyous video concepts, all of them done in a single continuous shot.

Well, to borrow the cliche, they've done it again -- this time with some pretty neat technology. Leveraging the relatively new powers of HTML5 (hint for nontechies: It's the language your browser uses to show you web pages like this one), the band and its team have created a pretty sweet interactive experience. Browser windows move across the screen to the song, and you can even enter a personalized message the band members will spell out for you at the end of the clip. Hit the jump to check it out.

For the interactive version, head to allisnotlo.st (and download Google Chrome to get the best experience).

For the non-interactive, non-dancing-browsers experience, watch it here. Either way, prepare yourself to become familiar with the band members' crotches.

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