WATCH: 6ft Balloon Bursts in Slow Motion

The Slow Mo Guys film various things happening in super slow motion, creating amazing visual effects out of the ordinary.

By OLIVIA FINE
May 5, 2016 12:05
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Keanu Reeves as Neo in the Matrix trilogy, a huge leap forward in terms of slow motion cinema. (photo credit: GOOGLE)

 
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Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy have been experimenting with slow motion film for quite a few years now and are often seen hurting themselves in their videos. The humor combined with science makes for a fascinating watch. Brighten up your day with one of their videos.

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