Mount Kinabalu is the highest Mountain in South east Asia. The Climb isn’t super difficult its an approx. 8.5km walk ascending approx. 3km upwards along the way. The Altitude makes it all a bit tiring but the view at the top is well worth the effort. At 4095 metres above sea level the view above the clouds is breath taking.
Monday 7th September 2009
I climbed Mount Kinabalu. Was a great experience and I strongly recommend it. But what does a Video Performer do when he climbs a mountain? Take lots of Video of course… Ive got lots of weird video clips that will be great for my VJing.
I also Projector Bombed the Summit, in what is possibly the highest Projected Video / digital graffiti / VJing on Earth to date.
WOW your thinking you brought all that gear with you to the top of the mountain!!! not quite.. I have a new Projector and it fits in my pocket. Check out the video above, this thing rocks!
Author: Jerrem Lynch
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