hackability‘s Zenlike slow motion study of water balloons speaks to us.
‘Soak ’em,’ it says. ‘Soak ’em all’.
Fire Time: a 2000 frame per second study of fire breathing by filmmaker
The new slow motion gorefest Red Band trailer for
Dredd premiered at San Diego Comic Con this week.
As Quint on
Ain’t It Cool News put it:
“You can say many things about this movie, but tame is not a word you’ll see associated with it,” and “If you’ve ever wanted to see what a bullet going through a dude’s jaw looked like in slow motion, then by God ‘Dredd’s’ the movie for you!”
Dredd’s the movie for us.
Previously: Broadsheet Trailer Park: Dredd
A promo for
The Marmalade – specialists in slow motion photography – who employ a proprietary high-speed motion robotic arm control system called ‘Spike’ to capture otherwise impossibly precise tracking shots.
Adam Shomsky breaks out the high speed camera and makes with the sk8pr0n.
Various beautiful games slowed to teh epic and cut to John Murphy’s
Adagio In D-Minor (Bombastic) from the Sunshine OST.
Because that’s how these things are done.
Slow Mo Guys, Gav and Dan, break out the high speed camera to observe corn kernels popping, gradually slowing the action down to a glacial 10,000 frames per second.
The Smallest Fireworks Display You’ll See Today
Slow Mo Guys (Gav and Dan) break out the high speed Phantom camera to show what happens when steel and flint are struck together.
Previously: Adventures In Slow Mo
Yesterday, we had
Slomo Chipmunk. Today, for your squeelectation, we present Slomo Kitteh.