The Slow Mo Guys used a camera that shoots 90,000 frames per second to slow down water as it bursts out of a balloon, pours our of a shower, and splashes in a pool. When 90,000 fps is slowed down to 25 fps, one day becomes 9.86 years.
The Slow Mo Guys recorded bullets moving through eggs at one million frames per second using a Phantom TMX 7510 high-speed camera, resulting in the eggcellent video above. (Aren't I just a crack up!) READ THE REST
The Newton's cradle is a cliche of desktop toys that I absolutely had to have when I first played with one in Spencer Gifts at the mall. I never thought of shooting it with a bullet but the Slow Mo Guys did have that bright idea. See what happens above at 100,000 frames per second. READ THE REST
The Slow Mo Guys are a British duo consisting of Daniel Gruchy and Gavin Free. They are known for their slow-motion videos filmed using high-speed cameras. Small capacitors make a sharp popping sound when they explode. Using a camera capable of capturing 187,000 frames per second, the Slow Mo Guys captured what was really happening… READ THE REST
No surprise to you, some pretty terrible people scour the cyber world. Sure, not everyone is a total hacker, but you've always got to stay protected and vigilant not to leave your information and documents in a vulnerable state. Luckily, VPNSecure can keep everything locked up and tidy no matter where you are. So, how does VPNSecure keep all of your precious… READ THE REST
Calling all puzzle-lovers! Your relaxing hobby may very well become your ticket to a million dollars. We know: That sounds utterly crazy. But it's true! The 2 Million Dollar Puzzle by MSCHF doesn't just give buyers the joy and fulfillment of putting a puzzle together — it also offers a monetary prize when you finish it! That's right:… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Has learning how to play the guitar been on your bucket list? Learning how to play guitar should be simple, fun, and accessible, but with the average guitar costing $600 — lessons not included, you might… READ THE REST