When Gav and Dan were told about a still photo that showed Jell-O (or jelly in the UK) being hit by a tennis racket, they decided to recreate it in slow motion. This Slow Mo Guys video is the colorful, sticky, splattery, gummy wormy result.
Related reading at Physics Central: If you fell into a swimming pool full of Jello, would you be able to swim to the other side?Watch these next: A racket flattens a tennis ball at 142 mph in slow motion and more Jell-O slow mo: Gelatin cubes dropped onto solid surface in slow motion.
Also: More Slow Mo Guys on this site.
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