Who says you can’t go home again?
Roughly five-and-a-half years ago, The Slo Mo Guys had were skyrocketed to YouTube fame after they hit their own co-host Dan in the face with a soccer ball. It is a day that shall live in infamy
However, because Dan lost a bet a few weeks back, the other host, Gav, gets to relive the magic of hitting his friend in the face with a water-logged soccer ball. And relieve it he does. Again. And again. And again.
This video definitely delivers what’s promised. This dude gets hit in the face with a soccer ball, and the Slo Mo Guys play it back again in super slow motion, going as far as 1000x slower.
Check out the original video below!
The Slow Mo Guys are at it again, and this time no giant hunk of Jello is safe.
From the same dudes who sat inside a 6-foot balloon full of water and filmed it popping in slow motion, we get this awesome video of them throwing balls of Jello (or Jelly, as the Brits call it) and hitting them with tennis rackets.
The results are pretty extraordinary. The tiny squares in the racket cut the Jello into perfect long wiggly worm things.
Thank you, Slow Mo Guys. You answer the questions we didn't know needed to be answered.
Have you ever sat around and wondered what it might look like to see someone get tased in super slow motion?
Probably not, but now that we've said it, you're really intrigued aren't you?
It seems like an entire industry has been built out of slow motion cameras and its because of videos like this. Seeing a guy voluntarily get tased is one thing, but actually seeing the impact on the body and the contraction of the muscles is really something neat.
Watch, enjoy and don't get tased.
Award-winning cinematographer Alan Teitel displays a close-up of a burning match filmed at 4,000 frames per second.
As you can see this is an extremely tight shot. There was over 2000 watts of light within 4 inches (10 CM) of the match with mirrors and reflectors too.