This Slow Motion Video Beautifully Shows Rainbow Colored Paint Dance on a Speaker
Rainbows seem to bring joy to everything they touch, add a speaker and its sublime. The Slow Mo Guys, famous for creating pranks and experiments and filming them with a super fast camera are at it again.
This time, they have been generously lent some super fancy cameras that they test by remaking a popular video. Paint on a speaker.
The two friends and hosts dismantle a speaker so that the paint can be poured directly onto the cone. Once an adequate amount of paint has been assembled, they turn on some bass-heavy beats and film as the paint bounces.
Interestingly, it's just seconds before the paint is so thoroughly mixed that it becomes a serious brown color. The paint dancing is captured at 12,500fps and unsurprisingly is mesmerizingly beautiful.
The friendly hosts also capture the action with a series of still shots that the zoom in off to show the paint entwined with other colors. For something so simple, the effect is really stunning.
If you aren’t familiar with the Slow Mo Guys, its two friends, Gavin and Dan who think up strange ideas and simply film them in a way that can be played back in slow motion.
They have a range of insanely brilliant films but if you want to start somewhere, we recommend “Diving into 1000 Mousetraps in 4K Slow Motion” which is both the silliest and funniest thing we have seen.
Via: The Slow Mo Guys
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