There’s no shortage of slow-motion footage out there on the internet, but there is a shortage of original ideas. Slo-mo explosions just don’t hold our attention like they used to, but by attaching his high-speed camera to a spinning lawnmower blade, YouTube’s tesla500 gives us a fantastic front-row seat as old electronics get shredded and destroyed.
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Back in July, we showed you a crazy small form factor gaming rig with enough power to play the latest games in 4K or VR. One problem: it cost upwards of $5000. Origin PC has made its own version called the Chronos, and it's exactly the kind of machine we'd love to hide away in a home theatre cabinet or a slick minimalist desktop gaming setup.
Video To create those amazing bullet-time shots in The Matrix, the filmmakers used a bunch of cameras to simultaneously capture the action from all angles. But Google Engineer Ben Krasnow found an easier and cheaper way to do this by simply spinning a high-speed camera capable of shooting at speeds of up to 21,500 frames per second.