Thursday, June 20, 2013
LOUDLABS - On the Streets
LOUDLABS is used to capturing news, but the became part of the news story when the footage LL caught of Michael Hastings running a red light shortly, and then the fiery car crash moments later.
Some people have accused LOUDLABS of being part of the conspiracy for being so close and arriving at the scene of the crash so quickly. But M&F can attest that LOUDLABS has a knack for getting around Los Angeles and creeping the streets during the midnight hours, and just happened to be nearby when the Michael Hastings tragedy happened.
The footage LL captured of Hastings' car running a red light showed that no one was following him or other vehicles made him crash, and Scott Lane from LL even got interviewed on major news networks with his story. Lane stated that he was not involved in any conspiracy, and he also mentioned believes that high speeds alone led to the crash. However, conspiracy theorists are still propositioning that Hastings' car might have been micro-chipped, thereby causing the high speeds and brake failure leading to the crash.
As it is clear, LOUDLABS is all over the city of Los Angeles. And even before the Michael Hastings car crash, LOUDLABS has already been working on a personal secret video project of their own. LL plans to release a new edition of the Shuttle Project Video, the thing is, the video is not going up online. The only way to see the new LOUDLABS video is by finding a special 2 GB business card/flash drive. The card will be recognizable with the LOUDLABS graphics as pictured. This is phase one. Phase two will be putting the video onto DVD's and attaching the DVD's to canvases posted around Los Angeles.
Very cool how this project combines the digital age with on the streets personal experience. So, keep your eyes peeled to the streets and possibly your nieghborhood bar for LL's Shuttle Project Video cards. Because you know that LOUDLABS is already out on the streets . . .