- No One's Buying iPads, Because iPads Are Forever
- Spotify Is Getting A Family Deal To Save You Money
- I Can't Even With The Australian TV Industry Anymore
- Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: The Best At Being Big
- NBN Co Announces The First 140 Suburbs To Get FTTN
- Ambition Is The New Sci-Fi Movie I Didn't Even Know I Wanted To See
The non-physical benefits of exercise.
Lion Pig on Android, Broken Age on iPad and more.
Real hoverboard Kickstarter, flying car crashes.
Bell's newest tiltrotor could finally improve on Osprey's feathers.
Wiki For Minecraft, Joining Hands 2, Modern Combat 5 and heaps more!
Spotify Family, OnePlus One pre-orders.
Frozen Synapse, SoundGrid, Rayman Fiesta Run and more!
We tried this whisky-enhancing stick of wood so you don't have to.
The world's most badass combine harvester just set a world record.
Principia on Android, Da Vinci on iOS, and more.
Lasers? Fun. Slow motion? Beautiful. Shooting things with lasers and recording what happens in slow motion? That will be what happens in this beautiful video.
Super slow-motion footage turns even the mundane motion of a circular saw into a spectacle worth watching. Vision Research’s Phantom cameras have long been the masters of the medium, with their absurdly high frame rate possibilities up to a million frames per second. And its monster camera just got even faster.
How do you make a puff adder — the snake that causes the most snakebite fatalities in the whole of Africa — even more more scary? Weirdly, by slowing down its attack in super slow-motion.
We already knew that hydrophobic surfaces are extremely fun — but they’re even better in super slow motion. The Slow Mo guys recently paid GE a visit and shot some footage of their latest projects in their trademark super slow motion — including a hydrophobic coating GE is developing to keep wind turbines free of ice.
Normally coffee gets you all hyped up, but this slow motion footage of an espresso shot being pulled is so relaxing I can hardly take my eyes off it.
It’s no secret that dogs plus great photography and super slow motion have the power to mend the wounds of the world. Who doesn’t want more of that? You do. We all do. Here.
There are few better sentences than one that includes the words “giant”, “bubbles”, “exploding” and “slow motion”. Well, there’s one thing better: a video that fits that sentence.
Best way to show off the iPhone 5s’s slow-motion video capture? By using it to shoot Apple’s new smartphone being destroyed at 120 fps. How delightfully meta.
For the upcoming BBC nature series “South Pacific,” filmmakers rigged a TyphoonHD4 to shoot above and underwater HD in gorgeous slow motion.