The following list of social music-video experiments are not typical content for UI-patterns.com – regardless, they are each examples of very interesting social experiments that can help us learn what social factors trigger user engagement.

Persuasive effects in use include reciprocity, collecting, and mass collaboration.

Sit back and enjoy the following list of social music-video projects.

Johnny Cash project

Chris Milk, Aaron Koblin, and Mr Doob collaborated to allow Johnny Cash fans to draw each frame for Johnny Cash’s final video.

Experience the Johnny cash project

Radiohead fan video project

In 2009, a group of Radiohead fans met to a Radiohead concert equipped with video gear to capture the band playing using as many different angles as possible. Bringing together the exceptional talents of many contributors, here is the result.

Visit to the Radiohead fan video project website

Arcade fire HTML5 music video

One of the most hyped and loved visual browser experiences of 2010.

Watch the Arcade Fire HTML5 music video

Social content mosaic of Grammy nominated artists

Interactive fan experience featuring portraits of GRAMMY-nominated artists composed entirely of real-time, fan-generated YouTube, Twitter, and Flickr postings.

wereallfans.com

Kutiman remixes YouTube

Kutiman remixes samples from YouTube videos to create new songs. The site works like an album that plays through all songs.

thru-you.com

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As the head of Digital Development at DR (Danish Broadcasting Corporation) in Copenhagen, Denmark, Anders Toxboe builds awesome websites with his teams. He also founded UI-Patterns.com and a series of other projects. Follow Anders at @uipatternscom.