Tag: slow motion

Aug 19, 2014

How Jellyfish Stings Work in Microscopic Slow Motion

How Jellyfish Stings Work in Microscopic Slow Motion

Destin of SmarterEveryDay meets with toxinologist Dr. Seymour to investigate how jellyfish stings work using microscopic, slow motion video footage.

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May 13, 2014

Matt Hunter Rounds a Corner on his Bike. Goes Completely Horizontal in the Process

Matt Hunter Rounds a Corner on his Bike. Goes Completely Horizontal in the Process

Watch professional mountain biker Matt Hunter go completely horizontal as he rounds this corner on his bicycle. The Canadian athlete gets so low to the ground his hand even scrapes the dirt! Great footage and fantastic sound editing in this exhilarating spot for Specialized.

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May 6, 2014

Super Slow Motion Tattoo Close-Up

Super Slow Motion Tattoo Close-Up

In this incredible slow motion, close-up, we see a tattoo being applied by tattoo artist GueT. Seeing the skin ripple in super slow motion is both remarkable and slightly unsettling. The video quality is fantastic, I just wish they would have shown the end result! Audio: Emmanuel Top – Industriel (original is 33 rpm,…

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Apr 16, 2014

Just a Slow Motion Video of a Dog Doing Parkour

Just a Slow Motion Video of a Dog Doing Parkour

Darren Dyk of BeyondSlowMotion paired athletic superdog Jumpy (a border collie mix trained by Omar Von Muller) with professional parkour athlete Alex Duong to create this fun collaboration. The song is “Straight West” by Kasket Club

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Apr 8, 2014

Babies Tasting Lemons for the Very First Time

Babies Tasting Lemons for the Very First Time

In 2013, photographers April Maciborka and David Wile collaborated on a studio project called Pucker. The goal was simple, capture babies tasting lemons for the very first time. While a hilarious series of portraits were published last year, April and David just posted the video footage to YouTube last week and the results are…

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Feb 25, 2014

The Mind Melting Paper Sculptures of Li Hongbo

The Mind Melting Paper Sculptures of Li Hongbo

Chinese artist Li Hongbo (featured previously) crafts mind-melting sculptures from thousands of individually glued sheets of paper, creating a kind of ‘honeycomb’ structure that makes the sculptures completely malleable. In collaboration with the Klein Sun Gallery, New York-based video production company Kid Guy Collective captured Li’s current showcase, Tools of Study, at 240 frames…

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Jan 10, 2014

This Video Gave Me a New Appreciation for Surfing

This Video Gave Me a New Appreciation for Surfing

This incredible footage was filmed at Teahupo’o (south-west coast of Tahiti and world-famous surf spot) on August 27th, 2011 during the Billabong Pro waiting period. A lot of riders called it the biggest and gnarliest Teahupoo ever ridden. Chris Bryan was there filming for Billabong with a Phantom HD Gold (for epic slow mo).…

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