When you get exclusive access to a 150-foot-tall tower, you’re going to want to do more than just take in the view.
Drone no more.
Do we need to remind you that there are easily 1,000 good reasons not to try this at home?
It’s a complete write-off, but the slow-motion footage of the explosion was worth the loss.
National Geographic collected a series of incredible high-speed videos of the birds in flight.
So of course you want to see it in action.
If the internet has taught us anything, it’s that everything is cooler in slow motion.
To the naked eye, someone slicing through steel using a high-temperature plasma torch just looks like a massive shower of sparks.
After dressing up the 1:8 scale Porsche in traditional crash test attire, the sadistic Lego enthusiasts sent the car hurdling towards a wall at over 28 miles per hour.
Filmed at 1,000 frames per second, it took The Slow Mo Guys over four hours to set the whole thing up.
You don’t need to buy an expensive camera-equipped quadcopter to capture awesome aerial footage of your adventures.
This incredible high-speed video by Smarter Every Day reveals it’s just simple science at work.
That's fast enough to visualise the movement of light.
Superimpose Vin Diesel’s head into one of the cars and you could easily pass this off as the next Fast and Furious flick.
Launching a homemade is no where near as impressive as watching one of NASA’s towering rockets blast into orbit—unless you point a high-speed camera at it. Read More >>
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