Las Vegas doesn’t exactly need any help when it comes to looking ridiculous, but this footage, which was shot in infrared by Philip Bloom , makes bits of Vegas look like a cotton candy wonderland (as opposed to its typical styrofoam opulence). Seeing the world in infrared isn’t exactly new, but the odd colors of the palm trees mixed with the stillness of the people and the total randomness of the Strip makes the effect seem especially eerie.

Las Vegas Looks Even Weirder in Infrared

Las Vegas doesn’t exactly need any help when it comes to looking ridiculous, but this footage, which was shot in infrared by Philip Bloom , makes bits of Vegas look like a cotton candy wonderland (as opposed to its typical styrofoam opulence). Seeing the world in infrared isn’t exactly new, but the odd colors of the palm trees mixed with the stillness of the people and the total randomness of the Strip makes the effect seem especially eerie.

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