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Watch a Rubber Band Ball Exploding from the Inside at 25,000 FPS! [Slow Motion Video]

Technology : Geeks are Sexy

Watch as the guys from Slow Mo Lab put a firecracker inside a rubber band ball and then light it up, catching the explosion via a slow motion camera at 25,000 frames per second. Will the ball survive the explosion or will it tear ap...

Slow Motion Video of Fireworks Exploding Inside Buckets Full of Paint

Humor : Laughing Squid

Gavin Free and Daniel Gruchy of The Slow Mo Guys filmed themselves setting off fireworks pointed into buckets full of paint. They captured the explosions in slow motion at 1,600 frames per second on a high-speed Phantom Flex camera....

Underwater Explosions in Slow Motion

Society & Culture / Men's Interest : The Awesomer

The Slow Mo Guys played with waterproof fireworks in a small tank to see how they would react with the water underneath and at the surface. At 120,000 frames per second, the world turns into CGI. A world that takes up 24GB per secon...

Incredible Footage of Oranges Being Exploded by Fireworks Filmed at 62,000 Frames Per Second

Humor : Laughing Squid

In the latest video by Slow Mo Lab (previously), Taras Kulakov, also known as the “Crazy Russian Hacker”, uses fireworks to explode oranges while filming it at 62,000 frames per second. The results are incredible to look at and quit...

Underwater explosions in extreme slow motion look totally mesmerising

Humor : Mashable: Watercooler

Sticking a tiny firework into a fishing tank and watching it go off is, on the surface, a fairly unimpressive sight — but when you watch the thing burst apart at 120,000 frames per second it's a whole different story. SEE ALSO: Flin...


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