Die hard fans will probably recoil in horror at the thought, but they may think twice.

It is an undisputed fact that The Simpsons is a show that depicts the American pop culture. Many people across the world have indulged in watching the famous show for close to 30 years. Even with that, there are obviously a couple of episodes of the show that you might have missed for one reason or the other. If you fall under this category, worry no more. An Australian photographer and YouTuber, John Hatfield, has used some of the latest YouTube innovations to create over 500 episodes of The Simpsons all playing at once.

In a feature similar to the now popular binge-watching TV shows, Hatfield crafted a 360-degree 10-minute video that combines all the 500 episodes of The Simpsons to be watched all at once. The video that is titled, The Simpsons Sphere utilizes Omni Verse technology and appears like some sort of an alien insect with more than 500 eyeballs.

Even though this video is a cool piece of art, watching it becomes an unbearable nightmare as it turns out to be an assaulting dissonance of vaguely-identifiable and eardrum torturing episodes.

Here is the original 2D video by Omni Verse: