Slow-motion bullet + gelatine

This is what a bullet entering a gelatin block looks like at 2907 frames per second.

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+52 1. adamjames32 commented 11 years ago

the effect the bullet has on the jelly is awesome, keep these slow motion, high FPS vids coming :D
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+20 2. Daire commented 11 years ago

the spiral effect in the gel is unreal! :O
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+19 3. eddie2042 commented 11 years ago

so much kinetic energy, even at slow motion :O
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+23 4. dannodon commented 11 years ago

I wouldnt want that in my gut...
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+21 5. BigBang commented 11 years ago

@2: the bullet is spinning and creates that spiral effect in teh gelatine block.
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+15 6. l0ckpeek commented 11 years ago

pay attention to the bullet when it exits. drags some of the gelatine along.
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+12 7. nooitaf (admin) commented 11 years ago

those tiny little bastards
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+17 8. ringmaster commented 11 years ago

I'd like to see the gelatine afterwards and see if it's still in one piece.
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+16 9. Onlyodin commented 11 years ago

#8 yeah I too want to see if the gelatine returned to any kind of similar state prior to the bullet, it looked like it was almost about to split apart....
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+11 10. Ritty5 commented 11 years ago

Take a closer look, the bullet was squashed in from the impact of both entering and leaving the gelatine... It's because of the surface tension... imagine the skin of the gelatine being your skin as it hits you.... and the insides... OUCH...
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+7 11. mark_ham385 commented 11 years ago

Does anyone has the link of the full video?
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+1 12. Ilfrit commented 11 years ago

I wanted to see if there was any spray back like when a bullet enters the body?
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-8 13. Noobeater commented 11 years ago

So that is how fleshlights are made
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+7 14. CopyCat commented 11 years ago

I would like to see abunch of them strarting
with a bb gun and work up to a 50 cal... ;)
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+11 16. Rigel commented 10 years ago

damn! i wanted to see if the gelatin returns to normal >_<
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+3 17. sbrucecaboose commented 10 years ago

the gelatin was going to explode--the whole point of the video was to show the effect of cavitation by a bullet.

i hope that none hit you
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+3 18. eskeshuus commented 10 years ago

I remember seeing this on Snotr before and the vid was actually much longer
No matter how many times I watch it remains incredible.
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0 19. cyberdevil commented 9 years ago

So what happened then? Looks the gelatin is returning to normal. :P