This is a ‘best of’ hornet flight video compiled by nature videographer Luthar Lenz using footage he’s shot in the past. It looks so wild it’s almost hard to believe it’s real and not just a modern remake of Honey I Shrunk The Kids. At 2:00 some other species of
This is a short video of some hunk exiting the sea in slow-motion Daniel Craig as James Bond style after a cliff dive and having his moment completely upstaged by the lady diving after him. *lifts perfect 10 scorecard over head, uses shoulder to wipe away tears of joy* Just
This is a slow motion video from the folks (and bugs) of Ant Lab, featuring a bunch of different insects (spanning 8 different taxonomic orders — that’s the one between class and family) spreading their wings and taking to the sky, shot at 3,200 frames/second. Beautiful, wasn’t it? “Gross I
This is a video from high-speed cinematographer Darren Dyk of Youtube channel BeyondSlowMotion of popcorn kernels popping filmed at 100,000 frames per second. You can literally almost see the magic happening. “Popcorn isn’t magic.” Oh no? Then why don’t you explain it to us all. Yeah, that’s what I thought.
This is a video from Youtube channel The King Of Random of a bunch of nested balloons being popped and filmed in ultra slow motion. Could you even imagine watching this sort of ultra slow motion video as a king in medieval times? You’d swear there was so much sorcery
This is a surprisingly worthwhile video of some of the world’s best extreme pogo riders doing their thing, filmed in slow motion. Some of those tricks, my goodness! Kinda makes me wish I had my old Pogo Ball. I don’t though, because I twisted my ankle (warning: links to the
This is a video of Gavin from The Slow Mo Guys (where’s Dan — what did you do to him?!) capturing some footage of an Apple Watch ejecting water from its speaker at approximately 196Hz when Water Lock is turned off. Me? I never remember to turn Water Lock on