Jess and I felt that our living room TV was a little small. A few days ago, I heard about a good TV sale, and we decided to upgrade. Our new TV is big, perhaps a little too big. It has 4K resolution, which is way cooler than I expected. Content in 4K looks really sharp.
And that leads me to my current fascination: 4k resolution and 60 frames per second city night walking videos. They look like a window into another part of the world. Plus, the videos are often several hours long - so they make good background ambience while working, cleaning, cooking, etc.
I am linking a few of my favorites below, but I feel like I’ve barely scratched the surface of this video genre. Highly recommend watching with your own music playing in the background. Enjoy!
This is a walk through Times Square in NYC. It’s interesting to revisit New York through this video. I particularly like how bright and colorful this video is, despite being recorded at night. I wish this video wandered to other parts of midtown.
This is video is a walk through a part of Tokyo. Within the first 10 minutes, the video cuts through narrow alleyways full of shops and eateries. It also features a few heavily-developed streets.
This video shows London at night, and features some very neat light (and water) installations. I haven’t seen all of this video yet.
This video is a walk through some less dense areas in Tokyo, including a few parks and shopping malls. It ends in a rather neat way (as far as night walking video endings go).
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