The American duo Twenty One Pilots accidentally recorded the longest music video in history, which after verification was recognized as a new achievement and entered into the Guinness Book of Records. The video was continuously produced in real time and broadcast over 178 days. The irony is that the musicians did not set any deadlines and would have continued to generate content further if drummer Josh Dunn hadn't accidentally pulled the plug from the outlet.
The project was officially titled "Level of Concern" and was planned as an endless music video. It was based on the work of the Imposium software package, which generated a new video every 3 minutes and 40 seconds. The received fragments were automatically glued to the previous ones, but before being broadcast they were controlled by human moderators. That is, it is still a joint creation of a machine and people, and not just a video stream generation by a robot.
Materials for creating new videos Imposium collected from fan applications, which had accumulated 162, 000. They were constantly replenished, so the very idea of an “endless video” was not completely out of touch with reality. Alas, everyone was let down by the same human factor - the project lasted 4264 hours 16 hours 10 minutes and 25 seconds, until Josh Dan made a fatal mistake. On the other hand, a new record has been officially set and recorded.