When you look at life in slow motion it brings out new amazing details. Here’s an epic video of surfers riding big waves at 1000 frames per second. It is just stunningly gorgeous showing details that we would usually miss if the video was shown at normal speed. Enjoy!
I just can’t get enough of slow motion videos. Watching things from a different perspective, especially in slow motion is just awesome if you look at all the details that are not seen to our eyes when things happen in real life motion. Here’s a good video showing an old Lahti L-39, a Finnish 20mm [...]
Some of the magnets are extremely strong and the damage they can do is quite big. Check out the video below to see magnets brake things like glass, bananas, sausages and some electronic devices in slow motion.
Filmed at 10 million frames per second by the HyperVision HPV-X Camera. The glass is fractured by the impact of a high-speed projectile. The process of crack propagation at high speeds can be clearly observed.
Spring is finally here and one way to celebrate it, is to blow up a snowman. Grant Thompson blew up a snowman to bits and filmed it in slow motion – 150 times slower than real life with 4500 frames per second. Slow motion videos are always awesome and this one is no exception.