Sorry for the frame lag and the fact that I had to speed up the video a little bit (and also that it sucks and isn't very creative); hopefully it's at least comprehendable (By the way, YouTube says it's 7 seconds, but it was 6 on Sony Vegas!)
Ok, so these two videos require a bit of back-story so you know what's going on. Every year, Penn State holds THON, a 46 hour no-sitting-no-sleeping dance marathon, that is the culmination of a year's worth of work to raise money to help kids with pediatric cancer. THON 2013 ended at 4pm today, and was more magical than anything else I've ever experienced. Though not in the same vein as most of the magic on here, I believe that this is true magic. This is 15,000ish Penn State Students coming together for 46 hours to dance and support kids with cancer, and their families. I've always felt that at Theory11 magic is about bringing wonder and joy to people's lives, and to me, THON is the embodiment of that goal. And this is all of that hard work condensed into the best part of the weekend; the end. The total reveal. And the celebration of moving towards a day where we dance to celebrate the end of pediatric cancer, everywhere, for everyone. All in 6 Seconds.
The total reveal: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQSnzjChVDc
(if you have a hard time reading the numbers, it's $12.3 million.)