If you’re ok with never stepping in the ocean again, then please fill your screen with this amazing HD footage of sharks attacking seal decoys caught with a high speed camera. Jeepers creepers indeed.
The high-speed specialists at The Marmalade use real technical genius to make their amazing slo-mo shots. That includes the use of Spike: a robotic arm that moves with incredible precision.
Capable of shooting high-speed video at 1280×1024 resolution at 500 frames-per-second – or up to 20,000fps at lower resolutions, the TS3Cine captures amazing slow-motion footage.
These incredible videos of everyday objects moving in slow-motion were shot with Weisscam HS-1 and HS-2 high speed cameras, and are completely unretouched. Second demo here.
Inspired by F1 cars, ID Dan Baretich created the Formula-Foil 1 concept for the water, with small forced induction engine, ailerons on the front hydrofoil wing and joystick/foot pedal controls.
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