Warped Perception ignited an Estes D12-5 model rocket engine in a glass tank of water.
It looks glorious in 4K super-slow motion, including the moment the ejection charge fires.
(In model rocketry, the ejection charge deploys the parachute a few seconds after the primary fuel burns out.)
The Slo Mo Guys wanted to find out what would happen if you went inside a big balloon and filled it with water until it pops. There is probably a rule 34 subreddit for this. [via]
For their film Fire, Saulo Jamariqueli and Dirk Rees put a couple of fire breathers in a dark studio with a reflective surface, then ran the impressive footage through a kaleidoscope filter, making it even cooler.
Warped Perception trained their Phantom Flex 4K Slow Motion Camera on an air balloon popping underwater. The result is wonderfully trippy, especially in high-definition. (via Nerdist)
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