Starring Keith Hottinger and Christian Busath.
Barking Dog reaction at 3000 frames per second.
The Barking Dog is combustion of nirous oxide (laughing gas) and sulfur dioxide.
This video features Martyn Poliakoff, Pete Licence and Darren Walsh.
A human special this week on Slow Mo, as Sam and Si reveal what sets us apart from other primates, with some acrobatic help from the shaolin warriors. With limited time, and a new camera to play with, can they capture the lightning fast moves of the world's most successful animal?
How does a barn owl spot its prey? The slow mo camera captures all the action of a strike, to show Sam and Si what a barn owl's real weapons are.
Original and stunning high definition slow motion footage of animals and their actions. Brought to you by our very own team members; animal nerd Sam, and camera geek Simon.
Smokie doing some awesome maneuvers in slow motion.
Mystery of Prince Rupert's Drop at 130,000 fps - Smarter Every Day 86
Being able to calculate the failure front velocity of a Prince Rupert's drop is a pretty big deal. For years this was a scientific mystery. High speed camera technology is only recently fast enough to provide data like this. Thanks to Vision Research for letting me use the V1610 to try to unravel this mystery for the public in general.
Snowboard jumps performed by S.L. on 22 March 2013 near Zermatt, Switzerland.
Filmed by M.L.
Music: Extract from the Song Dare You to Move by Switchfoot.
Laser (100mW Spyder III Krypton) burns black flash paper to ignite alcohol rocket bottles. They make fire, light, heat, and sound as they go off! More WorldScott.com laser vids ? http://d.ro/lasers ?
This video was recorded at the Cremerie de Paris: http://cremeriedeparis.com/
Several cameras were used to capture the alcohol rocket bottles as they shot out flames from their tops and whistled. Two slow motion cameras show the action in finer time detail. A few bottles produce beautiful blue flames inside as the fire descends down the length of the bottle.
More WorldScott.com Videos: http://WorldScott.com/
Super slow motion video of an eyebrow being plucked with a pair of tweezers. Shot at 1000 frames per second in HD with a Phantom HD camera.
Gav and Dan repaint the garden the only way they know how... With slow motion explosions! Filmed at 1600fps with a Phantom Flex.
Awesome compilation of over 250 different viral videos in just over 5 minutes.
Music: Wolfgang Gartner - Love & War
I really think it's awesome when I discover something by accident! I never thought about how little bugs handle events that greatly disturb their immediate surroundings. They're low mass, therefore they are influenced by their environment WAY more than we are. Also, just think about the processing power that is in the Fly's brain! And such a small package too!
The high speed camera used was a Phantom V10.
Using the soap bubble technique, we visualize the dynamics of unconfined hydrogen-air flames using high speed schlieren video. We show that for sufficiently weak mixtures, i.e., low flame speeds, buoyancy effects become important.
For more information: http://detonationlab.blogspot.ca/2012/11/influence-of-buoyancy-in-unconfined.html
Artist: Two fingers
Track: Vengeance Rhythm
Label: Big Dada
Written & directed by: Chris Ullens
Assistant and much more: Jamie Durand
Producer: Adam Farley
Editor: James Wright at Ten three
Art Director: Ciaran beale
Director of Photography: Ben Magahy
Grade: Ned Al-Astrabadi at Happy Finish
Animator: Chris Ullens
Second Animator: Cadi Catlow
Young boy: Flynn Karlsson
Pyrotechnics: Arcadia SFX
High-speed camera: Love High Speed
Studio for high-speed: Rockwell Studios
Special thanks to: Jade Bogue & Martin Dobson at Ninja Tune
From the stick's point of view.