Video collages that include some cool beats and hilarious looking dancers are fun to watch any day. How about making one of those and showing others your awesome videos? Hold that thought. There’s an iOS app in the funding stage out there which would help you do just that. Bodies and Beats is the name of the Kickstarter project; it will let you become a digital mashup artist by allowing you to create your own video collages by composing a song and making someone dance to it.
You get to pick from a video catalogue of body segments, some of which looks out of the world. They are all accompanied by some unique beats and sound effects from artists such as Mogi Grumbles, Brael, JDSY and Mux Mool.
Users will be able to control the video speed with half-time and double-time controls, plus they will get to randomize the video clips for new combinations.
The Bodies and Beats team is currently looking for backers and beta testers and they plan to raise $8,000 in the next 22 days. So far they have raised $2,215.
Backers of the app will get a free download to their iOS device plus an exclusive access to high quality MP3 music tracks from artists such as Sun Hammer, and items such as T-shirts and screen prints.
If Bodies and Beats manages to raise funds, the app will be launched this winter.