Watching glass exploding at 343,000FPS is mesmerizing!
When your job is making videos in extreme slow motion to share with the YouTube ...
When your job is making videos in extreme slow motion to share with the YouTube universe, you need to come up with some pretty intense sequences to keep your audience tuned in and this time, the Slow Mo Guys deliver yet another cool demonstration.
This time, the guys have gotten their hands on some Pyrex and decided to expose it to some extreme conditions in order to see what it looks like when it decides to shatter in 343,000 frames per second and the result is rather incredible to look at.
We watch in amazement as we’re able to take a glance into a process that slows down the cracking to a speed that’s way slower than anything that the human eye would be capable of. Check out the video below that takes you inside of the process to give you a front row view to the action!