WARNING: HUGE RANT AHEAD
this was awesome and very, very trippy. I love to watch kinetic typography videos of all kinds, such as the movie quote ones you could find on youtube, and this is just perfect for me. I like the choice of music you chose, its perfect for causing panic, paranoia, and even inexplicable, primal fear. there's just something about constant beats, like something dangerous crawling through the vents above your head. Even the placement of the words give you a feeling you just cant quite comprehend, let alone explain, and make you think twice before choosing, something that, anywhere else, would be good but ultimately average nowadays, but is positively eye-opening and meaningful in such a fast-paced game where reflexes, subconscious patterns, and choice without reason or forethought rules. I imagine a psychiatrist or therapist using this to find out the mind of someone in a similar way to that of a rorscach test. When you have nothing, not even cognitive and analytical thought to go on, you are forced to use your own presumptions and the few visual cues you can make sense of, nay, merely notice, consciously or not, to make your decisions for you. you really can only go along for the ride and let your mind guide your body. personally, this made me take notice of what an effect my subconscious has on my actions, all the way down to those gestures and ticks you do without thinking, like a doctor who rubs his hands together when he's nervous; he is doing it without realizing it, and if you pointed it out, he would be just as surprised as you. I realise that it is the back of my mind, my subconscious thoughts and impulses making me choose phrases and letters for reasons i cant explain, as well as making me notice that the brain can be very illogical, picking one choice over another when we cant even see all of a word or even a single letter. all in all, it makes me feel like i am travelling through the mind of a mental patient of some sort, like each phrase and event is a part of his psyche and id, changing as he goes from one stimuli to the next, or even just his natural brain pattern, never focusing on anything long enough for it to be coherent, just a distraction as he spirals out of control, so random and chaotic that it is impossible to know if it is positively or negatively affecting him. I applaud you, sir or madam, for your intuitiveness, imagination, and ability to make your ideas real and full of impact.