God is punishing America for gay tolerance by giving us tornadoes and autism, believes the Illinois Republican. According to suburban Chicago’s Daily Herald, Susanne Atanus filed petition signatures on Monday in Cook County. When Atanus surprisingly won the Republican primary for Congress in 2014, local and state Republicans attempted to have her removed from the [...]
An extreme right-wing Republican candidate who believes that tornadoes are God’s punishment for LGBT tolerance has filed a petition to be on the ballot in the race to represent Illinois’ 9th Congressional District in Congress. According to suburban Chicago’s Daily Herald, Susanne...
The Slow Mo Guys use box fans to create a fiery vortex in a metal bucket.
Watch as Gav and Dan (The Slow Mo Guys) combine wind with fire to create a swirling vortex of flames and then film the process at 1000fps and 2500fps. [The Slow Mo Guys] The post Filming a Fire Tornado in Super Slow Motion [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Recently, I was speaking with one of the co-founders of the popular exchange-traded fund web site, ETF Database. He wanted to get my thoughts about the problems with “buy-n-hold.” I did not hesitate to give him an earful. Rather than chronicle my conversation in its entirety, or...
This is a video from the Slow-Mo Guys of a homemade fire tornado filmed in ultra slow motion. Previously: a natural fire tornado in (where else?) Australia. It was pretty mesmerizing to watch. You know what's even scarier than a fire tornado though? A LAVA HURRICANE. Show More Summary
What's cooler than a tornado? A fire tornado in slow motion!
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The Slow Mo Guys lit a bucket of kerosene on fire, surrounded it with 12 box fans, whipped the fire into a tornado, and filmed it with slow motion cameras at up to 2500 fps. I don't know about you, but I want quit my job, say goodbye to my family, give this mesmerizing rotating fire all of my money, and follow it around the world, doing its bidding. Show More Summary
The Slow Mo Guys used the tried and tested (but still dangerous) method of creating a fire tornado so that they could capture it up close at 1000fps and 2500fps. They should’ve made a miniature town for it to destroy.
A few guys decided to make an artificial fire tornado and, let me tell you, it did not disappoint. They filmed it slow motion and captured (...)
If there's anything scarier than a regular tornado, it's a fire t0rnado -- also known as a "firenado" or a "fire devil." The Slow Mo Guys managed to summon one of these devils with the help of a dozen fans, and keep it under control...Show More Summary
The Slow Mo Guys, famous for using their slow mo camera to film someone getting shot by a taser and another guy popping a giant water balloon, took things to the next level by recreating a fire tornado (which, they pointed out, is a naturally occurring phenomenon) and filming it in slow motion. Show More Summary
Whenever there’s something awesome to be filmed in slow motion at a high frame rate, The Slow Mo Guys are likely the ones to film it. This time they’ve come back with an awesome slow-motion video of a fire tornado in action. Yes, you heard that right: The Slow Mo Guys created their own fire tornado and filmed it in 4K at 2,500 frames per second. Show More Summary
Vortices made of flame are an awesome sight, but as this new video by the SlowMo Guys beautifully illustrates, they take on a completely new complexion when seen in slow motion. Read more...
Fire tornados, a pretty but frightening phenomena, happen in nature when wind conditions are right and fire is present. You can produce one yourself, although I wouldn't recommend it. Now the Slow Mo Guys (previously at Neatorama) show us what is happening down to the finest detail. Show More Summary
The Slow Mo Guys are back with a new kick ass experiment.
Dan Gruchy and Gavin Free of The Slow Mo Guys build a fire tornado and capture it in spectacular 2,500fps slow motion. As we learned from Make: host Caleb Kraft recently, the process of building a fire tornado is actually quite simple, but should still be done with all possible safety precautions.
I know it’s a bit of a cliche, but I love fire as a photography subject. It’s an endless source of unique shapes and color, so you can dial in a fast shutter speed, shoot a lot of photos, and end up with a lot of cool options. That’s...Show More Summary
The Slo Mo Guys set fire to a bucket of fuel surrounded by box fans, then filmed the resulting column of fire. It's really something—a beautiful and scary thing that's understandably hard to capture in the wild.