Scientists were able to capture the speed of light using the fastest camera in the world. YouTubers collaborated with experts to record light as it travels through a milk bottle in slow motion.
Feature | Science April 1, 2019
The Huawei P20 Pro is widely considered among the best camera smartphones, and things are about to get better. An upcoming update will reportedly add super slow-motion video recording at 960 fps later this year.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 27, 2018
Nvidia confirmed that it has a new technology that turns regular 30fps videos into slo-mo footage. The system can slow down recordings to 240 or 480 fps.
Apps/Software June 23, 2018
Lightning strikes were captured in slow motion by folks at the Florida Institute of Technology. Scientists used a high-speed camera to record a lightning show at 7,000 frames per second.
Earth/Environment May 26, 2016
AT&T and T-Mobile released updates to fix the Stagefright vulnerability on the LG G4, with the T-Mobile update also adding new video and sound options.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 1, 2015
What would you do if you had spent days building the ultimate LEGO Star Wars Super Star Destroyer model? Probably not this.
Internet Culture May 5, 2015
The impending firmware update for GoPro Hero4 Black brings the ability to shoot high definition videos in slow motion at 240 frames per second.
Gadgets January 30, 2015
Non-Newtonian fluids are basically science fiction on their own, but add a speaker into the mix and things get weird. Slow it down to about 1600 frames-per-second, and it's like looking at an alien life-form.
Internet Culture November 6, 2014
Filmmaker Chris Cairns, composer MJ Cole and pyrotechnic designer Paul Mann collaborated to blow up tons of spices in slow motion for a new commercial for the Schwartz product Flavour Shots,
Internet Culture October 14, 2014
Zack Snyder uses slow-motion in all of his movies; it's one of his favorite cinematic tools. A Vimeo user has put together a supercut of all of his slow-motion shots, so you can see it all in just three minutes.
Movies/TV Shows September 24, 2014