I am not exactly sure why, but Romain Vuillemot (@romsson on Twitter) recently tried an unorthodox video editing experiment. As he stated on YouTube, it was “just a quick hack to experiment what happens if you watch a lot of The Simpsons episodes at the same time. It just took 10 lines of code and a few hours of processing.”
The video you see below is comprised of 10 rows and 13 columns. From top to bottom, each row represents a Simpsons season from 1 to 10, and from left to right each column represents an episode from 1 to 13 of each corresponding season. A total of 130 episodes are displayed.
This trippy montage is almost three and a half minutes long and will probably make your peepers pop out fast. Seriously, I don’t ever want my brain hardwired. Imagine just trying to absorb too much information like this just because you could? Scary. Consider yourself forewarned with this clip!