Tag Archive: slo-mo

Gav and Dan, The Slow Mo Guys, travel to the Illinois River to film Asian carp jumping out of the water. Naturally. Dan catches one with his face.

On this episode of Planet Slo-Mo: How does the shape of something affect how it moves? Gav and Dan, The Slow Mo Guys, explore the aerodynamics of themselves in a wind tunnel.

On their latest episode of Planet Slo-Mo, Gav and Dan, The Slow Mo Guys, get to play in a huge wind tunnel.


On this 2nd episode of Planet Slo Mo, we take a thermal look at a geyser and learn what makes them blow. Gav & Dan are Brits, so they pronounce it “geezer.”

On this first episode of PLANET SLOW MO, Gav and Dan travel to the volcanic island of Iceland to capture thousands of liters of boiling water exploding in slow motion. They also thought it was a good idea to put the Phantom on a drone. Was it a good idea? Let’s find out.

Planet Slow Mo – Official Trailer

Follow The Slow Mo Guys Gav and Dan in this new YouTube Originals Series as they travel the globe in search of the most awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping, time-stopping slow motion moments of wonder. From lightning strikes to the speed of light, awesome flying martial artists to gravity-defying flying fish, this is the ordinary made extraordinary like you’ve never seen it before, all shot in super slow mo.

Gav and Dan of The Slow Mo Guys use a macro lens to capture Dan’s pupil constricting at 1,000 fps.


Destin of SmarterEveryDay teams up with a champion bullwhip artist and some ultra-slow motion cameras and reflective markers to study the physics of what’s happening when cracking a whip breaks the sound barrier.

How Fast Does Glass Crack?

Gav and Dan of the The Slow Mo Guys set their super-fast cameras for absolutely insane frame rates to learn how fast 5 millimeter tempered glass cracks. Three pieces of glass were harmed in the making of this video.

Destin of SmarterEveryDay uses Schlieren imagery to get into the physics of faster-than-sound objects and the shock waves they produce.

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