The History of Naraloops
A naraloop™ is a short video, usually less than 10 seconds, that tells a mini-story or a living moment in a endless loop.
Photographer Thierry Van Biesen began experimenting with the animated GIF for years. Looking to perfection, he made video loops instead to tell story in a seamless loop, but each iteration was cut by a black frame lasting anywhere up to one second until he associated with Giovanni Luca d'Angelo, a bright developer from Brussels, who found a way around that problem and made possible the naraloops, where video loops seamlessly, very much like GIFs do, only with the higher quality of HD videos, and with the possibility of sound.
"Naraloops" were born in April 2012 as a common project, to provide creative movies loops to communicate simple ideas.