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Japanese Dancers Do Impressive “Finger Kaleidoscope” Dance Routine (Video)

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A Japanese dance group has released a video in which they perform an impressive ‘finger dance’ routine that is getting quite a bit of attention online.

This unique new “finger kaleidoscope” video was performed by the Japanese dance group Xtrap and in it the members use nothing but their hands to pull off a complex ‘dance’ routine set to the popular song “Don’t Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers.

Since its release earlier this month (Jun. 11) this video has managed to get almost 200,000 views on YouTube. Check out this mesmerizing video below.

For some more finger kaleidoscope action check out the video below which was released in February of this year. For this video Xtrap uses digital graphics to add an extra layer of complexity and interactivity to their performance.

And just in case you’d like to see more than just the hands of the Xtrap guys, you can check out the video below.

For more Xtrap videos make sure to check otu their official YouTube channel. And if you’re wondering if they have any “toe kaleidoscope” videos, the answer is no. However, who knows? Maybe that’s their next big project.

Source: Rocketnews24 (Japanese)
Image: “Finger Kaleidoscope” | Xtrap | The Chainsmokers Don’t Let Me Down Illenium

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