Watch an Auroratone, a Psychedelic 1940s Film, Featuring Bing Crosby, That Helped WWII Vets Overcome PTSD & Other Mental Health Conditions

I recently stumbled across this article about Auroratone, a revolutionary film technology from the 1940s. It’s an incredibly interesting concept, and I was immediately intrigued by the idea of combining psychedelic visuals with film. The article goes on to explain that the technology was never adopted commercially, which is a shame because it could have been an amazing development for the film industry. The article includes a few examples of the footage, and it’s really something to behold. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen before, and it’s a unique blend of psychedelic visuals and traditional film. I think it’s a great example of an innovative idea that was ahead of its time, and I hope that the technology can be revisited in the future.