Geeky Cool or Just Plain Crazy: Star Wars Uncut

The other day it was brought to my attention that Casey Pugh‘s amazing Star Wars Uncut project has been completed and the entire movie is now up for our viewing pleasure.

You can also view the video over at YouTube.

The Star Wars Uncut project was an experiment in crowdsourcing content on a truly massive scale. Casey’s team took Star Wars: A New Hope and chopped it up into 15 second scenes. At about 2 hours long once you cut out the end credits that is a very impressive number of scenes, around 480 separate scenes. The project also limited submissions to at most 3 per person so we are talking a lot of creative fan activity.

The result is one of the coolest things I have seen in a while, and yet the insanity behind trying to weed through the submissions and stitch all that content together… so like I said, geeky cool or just plain crazy?

You decide.


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