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article imageVideo: Hula Burn 2012 — A hula-hoop extravaganza

By Anne Sewell     Sep 14, 2012 in World
What happens when you attach video cameras to a whole load of hula-hoops and then just let those ladies spin? In an amazing display, Hula Burn 2012 shows you the result of that feat.
It all started with a simple idea of duct-taping a Go-Pro to a hula-hoop. Then it grew as more "hoopers" got involved, in the Black Rock desert in Nevada.
They went in search of the best tracks, and the best "hoopers", a whole bevy of lovely young ladies, and made a video of Hula Burn 2012.
This video was filmed at Burning Man, an annual art event and temporary community based on radical self expression and self-reliance in the Black Rock desert of Nevada.
Hula Fantastica uploaded the result of this amazing experiment on September 13, 2012.
The video starts, "In the most unlikely of circumstances, on a hot, dusty afternoon in Black Rock City, a hula-hoop and a GoPro met at Distrikt. They flirted, danced, and finally mated, conceiving an awkward little Hula Cam contraption."
The video was filmed and edited by Rob Volkel, and the music is by Porter Robinson.
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