TIME has posted a series of videos on the reaction of fans to the World Cup final game between France and Croatia shot by Videographer James Autery on the streets of New York City. While he only used 120fps video capture, it is enough to fully show human reaction detail. Follow the link below to watch them at their official site:
Sometimes all it takes to embark on a new project is some unexpected inspiration. On the Incredible Slow Motion video by Veritasium – Seeing the Invisible: Schlieren Imaging in SLOW MOTION we are not only inspired but awestruck by the results of this simple and doable at home scientific experiment. The experiment allows a camera to visualize the vortexes of gases and temperature differences in the air which serve to create some very interesting scientific experiments and or artistic visualizations.
You will need a Concave Parabolic Mirror like the ones used in reflective Newtonian telescopes, “you may have one lying around from your stargazing days”, you will also need a small light source like an LED flashlight or single diode and finally a razor blade or similar precise object to cut off the light to the camera on a plane.