Coalescence cascade! Watch MIT’s high speed cameras capture drops of water hitting the surface of water at 10,000 frames a second — that’s 400 times faster than the human eye.
From Nice and Serious and the scroll-worthy storytelling of Every Last Drop, this UK-made primer is excellent for reminding everyone to save water, especially those of us who live in drought-affected areas...
From Shanks FX and PBS Digital Studios, watch these Giant Bubble Explosions, a DIY tutorial that features 60fps slow motion bubble goodness at night. In the archives: more bubble videos, including a bubble bot, bubbl...
The Leidenfrost Maze, designed and built by Carmen Cheng and Matthew Guy at the University of Bath, demonstrates how Leidenfrost droplets can be self-propelled in a controlled way by the jagged...
From educator Scott Gass, artist Sandro Katamashvili, and TED Ed, How Big Is the Ocean? Watch this primer for understanding an incredibly large, important, and singular part of our planet Ea...
Slow motion water balloons, not filled completely so that they’ll bounce instead of pop. That’s some super ripple-y physics in action!
A cymbal hit, filmed at 1,000 frames per second, does a lot more vibrating than one would typically imagine. These slow motion videos went viral mid-last year, but my kid missed it. Maybe your...
Watch bubble-whisperer Sterling Johnson make massive bubbles on Stinson Beach in California. And here is the same video, reversed, which is also worth seeing. Thanks, @toccaceliblasi.
Thanks, Jethro and @Junephine.
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