This video — made by General Electrics a few years ago — shows different stuff, from a Christmas ornament to a watermelon, falling and bouncing off gelatin in glorious and mesmerising stop motion. They didn't create it just for fun, their locomotive engineers were looking for new ways of converting momentum into electricity.
Captivating Slow Motion Video Of Stuff Bouncing Off Gelatin
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