A musician has created an automated orchestra from old electronic devices to create unique music.
Musician Julian Corrie put his technological skills to good use to use outdated electronics such as floppy discs, outmoded printers, Sega Mega Drives and a Commodore 64 to create an orchestra for his new music video Polybius.
The video is named after a supposed arcade game featured in an Internet urban legend.
It was filmed in a drained swimming pool with Corrie simultaneously playing a guitar and keyboard, accompanied by retro electronics in what he calls "a nostalgic farewell to forgotten friends."
The contemporary electronic music is a homage to technology of the 1980s and '90s, with a range of devices, consoles and accessories making unique sounds.
Corrie also used the alternative orchestra to cover the Radiohead song, Nude.