There is so much beauty that the ocean has to offer, and many of us don’t get to witness any of it. Most people don’t put a second thought into the wonder and majesty...
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Professor Ningyu Liu at the Geospace Physics Laboratory caught a beautiful lightning show from a recent storm. It’s recorded at 7000 frames per second and the playback speed is 700 frames per second.
The Slow Mo Guys can add a dose of wonder to just about anything with the help of their super slow-mo camera, and their latest stunt is to put a new spin on a raging column of fire.
The idea that something so intangible like sound can lift objects can seem unbelievable, but it’s a real phenomenon.
A stunning compilation of footage shot on the 1000 FPS Phantom Flex4K camera. Watch everyday activities in super slow motion. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: Never ending droplet bounce in slow motion Measuring how slow...
The Slow Mo Guys show exactly what happens when a bug is caught in a zapper.