David Guetta debuts double-screen video for ‘Dangerous’

David Guetta, pictured in September 2013. Getty Images

TORONTO — David Guetta has debuted a mind-blowing double-screen interactive music video for his latest single “Dangerous.”

Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, the seven-minute video features Guetta and vocalist Sam Martin along with actor James Purefoy and Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean.

After a few easy set-up steps, the video can be viewed simultaneously on a computer screen and mobile device. The content on both screens sync up.

For example, when Guetta is seen making a phone call on the video shown on a computer screen, the image and sound of an incoming call appears on the mobile device.

Also, at certain points in the video, a line appears on the right-hand side as a cue to hold the mobile device up alongside. The content then straddles the two screens.

The groundbreaking music video also serves as an advertisement for champagne brand G.H. MUMM.

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“Dangerous” comes from Guetta’s new album Listen, which also features collaborations with John Legend, Emeli Sandé, Sia, Nicki Minaj and The Script.

It is the sixth album from the 47-year-old French DJ and producer.

To experience the double-screen video, have a computer and a mobile device ready and click here.

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