The YouTube channel that uses algorithm and math to analyze the synchronization level of various K-Pop groups has included SB19 in its latest video!
SB19’s dance practice videos for “Go Up” and “Alab” were examined through a computer program by techie_ray along with 14 other K-Pop bands.
Results showed the Filipino idol group has a synchronization score of 86.33% and a dance difficulty level of 60.97%. The result was 93.97% reliable.
The synchronization score is based on the similarity between the members doing the same move. Meanwhile, the difficulty level is tested based on “the average percentage change in each key angle across every 24 frames” per second of the video.
Techie_ray explained that there are “six key angles in a dance movement” and said that big angle changes denote distinct pose changes per second, making a dance move complex.
Techie_ray said SB19 is one of the most requested groups following the release of his first round of K-Pop dance analysis.
“Technically not K-Pop (they’re Filipino), but SB19 was HIGHLY requested,” techie_ray said.
“Bro they’re legit pro,” the YouTuber added, saying “Alab” is “so catchy.”
Watch the full video here; SB19’s part starts from 6:30.
In his earlier videos, techie_ray emphasized his videos are “not a ranking system” but a “fun experiment to appreciate the sync levels of K-Pop groups,” so no need to be too competitive!
Isn’t it nice to see how well SB19 is faring with the other groups in the K-Pop industry? What do you think of the scores, A’TIN? Share your thoughts in the comments section!