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Martial arts Sifu Keith Min of LBP Stunts Chicago demonstrates the Chinese Kung Fu style of Xing Yi Quan to swiftly dispatch five attackers. The technique uses short, aggressive bursts, providing simultaneous attack and defense.
Engineer Mark Rober showed us how to create Matrix-style effects on the cheap, but he’s taken his rig to the next level, capturing even more amazing 360° images – though this time he used a pricey Phantom camera instead of a GoPro.
While many gamers are struggling to get their hands on Microsoft’s new console, RatedRR just went and blasted his Xbox One to bits by shooting it with a sniper rifle then searing it with detonating cord. Twice. Flame on at 3:50.
We can’t really recommend covering your skateboard with gasoline and kerosene. We suggest leaving such dangerous stunts to boarders Jonathan and Jason Bastian, and the watchful 2000fps eye of BeyondSlowMotion.
Highlights of UFC 167 captured using a Phantom high-speed camera. Watching the fighters’ faces distort and ripple as they are pounded with punches made us flinch at the sheer brutality of these MMA matches.
A team of freerunners is set loose in abandoned buildings in the suburbs of Berlin, accompanied by flares and smoke grenades to accentuate their movements. Directed and edited by Frank Sauer. The track is Lost It To Trying by Son Lux.
While one never likes to be on the receiving end of the water and slobber flying off of a wet dog, you can safely observe these mutts shaking off from afar in this slow-motion film to promote photographer Carli Davidson’s book, SHAKE.
A dangerous trick achieved with soapy water and butane fuel is made just that more awesome to watch by capturing it in slow-motion. Go behind the scenes with BeyondSlowMotion here. Needless to say, do not try this at home.
Shanks FX latest clip not only creates amazingly huge, prismatic soap bubbles for us to enjoy, it captures their inevitable failure in spectacular slow-motion, and shows us a thing or two about how to make our own massive bubbles.
By covering skateboards with chalk, then capturing boarders’ moves in ultra slow-mo, we’re able to witness the precise trajectory of each board as it flies through the air. Video by Beyond Slow Motion. (Thanks Darren!)
There’s no love lost for the late 1990s Chevrolet Cavalier convertible. So unless you have a soft spot for this ugly, anemic ride, you won’t be upset when the Slow Mo Guys blow one to smithereens – in glorious 2500fps slow motion.
Rated RR exacts revenge against the finicky beer keg for all the foam it’s sprayed in countless parties. Trusts us, there’s a keg somewhere in that cloud of flame. Detonation cord gets rid of the foam, but it gets rid of the beer too.
A beautifully-shot promo for the 2013 summer wearables collection from Staple captures models flying through the air in slow-motion, using a Phantom Miro camera. A truly imaginative way to showcase the clothes.
We’re completely fascinated by the speed and dexterity of race car pit crews, and now we know why. Watch in awe as Red Bull’s Formula 1 crew works their 2.05 seconds of magic before the lenses of high-speed cameras.
Alligators and crocodiles have a special move they do to help rip the flesh from their prey. Now, watch this awesome and brutal feat of strength as captured by the high-speed camera of Earth Unplugged.
Distort conducts an informal test of human reflexes by having people catch a ruler that’s dropped at random. But what impressed us most was the $20 bill test in the beginning. We wonder if there’s anyone who can catch it.
Gav of The Slow Mo Guys fires a deadly crossbow through a line of Dr. Pepper 10 bottles for no other reason than for us to enjoy the slow-motion shenanigans of foamy soda spraying everywhere at 2500fps.
YouTube channel Distort slows down the hands of pro yo-yo player Brian Roberts aka Doctor Popular. They also share yo-yo trivia, at least one of which is wrong: “yo-yo” is not the Filipino term for “come back.”
The Slow Mo Guys present surface tension in action. At 2,500fps playback, you’ll see that a small drop of water actually bounces off of the surface of a larger body of water. Skip to about 1:05 for the replay.
The official video for alt-rockers Suede’s latest single features the wanton destruction of countless pieces of art, and the most excitement you’ve ever seen in a museum. Ironically, the video itself is a work of modern art.
BBC Earth Unplugged takes a close look at the pistol shrimp. This crustacean can snap its enormous claw at such high speed that it generates a huge burst of sound, heat and pressure, enough to kill small fish.
Our pal Mark Rober always wanted to shoot Matrix-style “bullet time” footage, but never had the rig to do it right. But somehow he managed to pull it off with a GoPro Hero3, two flashlights, a wood turntable and a ceiling fan motor.
VFX studio The Marmalade got us salivating while watching this reel of their special ability to capture food and drink in slow motion, primarily captured in-camera, using high-speed photography and custom mechanical rigs.
BBC Earth Unplugged takes a look at the animal that we’re most familiar with – humans. They’ve enlisted the help of a group of shaolin warriors to demonstrate some of our advantageous physical characteristics.
The old bridge over Lake Marble Falls met its maker as the Texas DOT conducted a controlled demolition of the structure. Photographer Kirk Drummond captured the explosion in glorious 300fps slow-mo with a RED EPIC camera.
When you work with a legend like Bill Murray, it’s only natural that you ask for something to remember it. These filmmakers got more than they asked for when he granted their wish for a slo-mo walk instead of an autograph though.