This is a hyperlapse video (aka stop-motion time-lapse, where the camera position is changed between each exposure to create a tracking-style time-lapse) of Burning Man 2016, as captured by Mark Day. There's a lot of fire, neon-colored lights, things made out wood, things made out of metal, and things made out of flesh and bone walking around in crazy outfits. I almost felt like I was there. And almost feeling like I was there felt like having a seizure on acid. We can't miss this next year.
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Thanks to carey, who's going to start a Freezing Man festival in Alaska and make a fortune.