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Slow motion 360 collisions filmed with a spinning camera

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This Macro Room video puts a 4000 frames per second high-speed camera onto a specially engineered spinning rig by Night Inventor. Paints, powders, and other objects await collision in the middle of the table. Behold the results in slow-motion 360.

macro room slow motion 360
macro room slow motion 360
macro room slow motion 360
Watch more videos about slow motion, including gelatin cubes dropped onto solid surface in slow motion and water balloons falling (and bouncing) in slowmo.

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via The Awesomer.

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