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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.
Maybe it’ll get old some day, but for now, we’re still amazed by the super-slow-mo footage of the Phantom Miro camera, as it captures the gymnastic and athletic skills of Australia’s BOUNCE Free Jumping Revolution Team.
By using a Spyder III Krypton green laser beam to light strips of flash paper set into bottles with a small amount of alcohol in them, WorldScott puts on not only a cool, but short pyrotechnics show, but plays a little tune.
Smarter Every Day talks about the Prince Rupert’s Drop. Made of molten glass that’s been dripped into cold water, its thick end is very durable, but the slightest of cracks on its tail end causes it to explode.