Shattering A Wine Glass With Sound

Recorded at 187,500FPS by the Slow Mo guys      15/07/21

The Slow Mo Guys host one of the biggest youtube channels, with all sorts of slow-motion antics; exploding things, dropping things and setting things on fire at unbelievable frame rates. Here they shatter a wine glass by playing its resonant frequency at amplified volumes - with a big light, safety goggles, muffs and a very expensive camera (Phantom TMX 7510). 

Starting off with 82,000 frames per second Gavin (also credited for working on some Chemical Brothers videos) then goes on to record at 187,500 FPS which is around 7500x slower than you can see with your own eyes. Amazing stuff, and lots to explore if you've never seen their work.

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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