View the World 80x Slower

Get to know the world's slowest slow motion camera! The camera can record up to 1000 times slower. At this speed, everything looks like magic.

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+4 1. m0wgli commented 14 years ago

<3 high speed cams!
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+17 2. Cheeseburger commented 14 years ago

1 sec. = 15 min? Now imagine watching all 3 parts of Lord of the Rings in such slow motion... See ya in 15 years...
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+3 3. KISTA105 commented 14 years ago

Can I do something like that with any program? :)
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0 4. tatti69 commented 14 years ago

Just wondering what it would look like when a bullet pierces human skin >:)
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+4 5. wtfysc commented 14 years ago

Awesome. I'd really like to know what TV show this is from so I can get the whole thing.
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+3 6. mawerikas commented 14 years ago

Now that was cool :D :D
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+3 7. gavblade85 commented 14 years ago

Awesome. Love seeing slow mo footage like that.
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+6 8. Klastruls commented 14 years ago

I am typing in slow motion now.
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+1 9. BombDiggady commented 14 years ago

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+3 10. chisty commented 14 years ago

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+3 11. AVERY commented 14 years ago

Cheeseburger, Nah man, See you in 60 Years lol.

Could this mean that we will eventually see gravitons? 8-)
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+3 12. omentheduck commented 14 years ago

thats really cool!
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+2 13. Dex11 commented 14 years ago

reply on coment number 2. posted by Cheeseburger:
1 sec. = 15 min? Now imagine watching all 3 parts of Lord of the Rings in such slow motion... See ya in 15 years...
1 sec.=15 min!! Imagine to watch all 6 parts of Star Wars!!! Its a long long way!!! hehe! :D
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+3 14. BigBang commented 14 years ago

Actually, LotR wouldn't even take 1 year. To be precise, it's "only" 348 days and 6 hours :)
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+3 15. Slrman commented 14 years ago

Nice footage but far, far from new.
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+3 16. tzou commented 14 years ago

nice/// 8-)
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+3 17. krthk5n commented 14 years ago

man tats awesome...
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-2 18. watchingunow commented 14 years ago

what would it look like if i would CUM in slow motion? lol :D
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+3 19. reaper_666 commented 14 years ago

wow! awesum is not the word!!!
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+3 20. Nutsicle commented 14 years ago

this is so eye candy. imagine if YOU could work da Matrix*z*
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+6 21. SpikedSilver commented 14 years ago

Lord of the Rings:

12 Hours including all special scenes


1 sec. = 15 min

43200x15=648500 minutes


10800/24 = 450 days on the row
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-3 22. thomsi14 commented 14 years ago

what about pull somebody in a pool of acid in slow moting and see them disapear cool
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+2 23. Harish_hhh commented 11 years ago

classic video....
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0 24. version21 commented 11 years ago

#21: Your math is wrong. Check the line
1 sec. = 15 min

Last time I checked this was true:
60s = 1min

so your statement is only true for
1 second = 1 minute = 0

I don't even want to think about all time being reduced to one point (in time?!)