Tagged With slow motion

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Video: Inside nearly everything made of concrete, you'll find reinforced steel rods that compress the material, making buildings, bridges and other structures even stronger. The rods aren't designed to break easily, but when they do, the best way to watch the destructive results is through the lens of a slow-motion camera.

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Video: Watching popcorn pop is utterly captivating, even in real-time. But when you film the process with a high-speed camera capable of capturing 30,000 frames per second, watching those kernels explode in super slow motion turns making popcorn into a spectacle that rivals New Year's.

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Video: Sure, maybe slow motion doesn't suit every movie, but if you want it to be a fun movie, you'd better throw a couple of slow motion shots in. They're just cool as hell to watch (and make you wish that you could use slow motion real life). So here are a few of the best ones, from movies like The Matrix, 300, Spider-Man, Inception and The Lord of the Rings.

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Video: It takes The Slow Mo Guys a few attempts and false starts to hit the burning wick of a candle with an air gun. But when they actually do, it's damn impressive to see in slow motion, because it basically vaporises on impact and the candle's flame follows the bullet in a wonderful, fiery trail until it disappears.

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Video: Turns out, dropping a giant concrete block onto a car ends exactly like how you would imagine it would: The car gets completely obliterated and smashed to smithereens. Crash Zone pulled off this incredibly silly stunt and filmed it in slow motion so that you can see the damage in lovely, exacting detail. The concrete block pierces through the metal frame and sends shattered glass flying everywhere.