This 4K video shows rainbow paint spinning off a drill at 2,500 frames per second
What do you do when you have Phantom cameras capable of capturing 4K video at upwards of 1,000 and 2,500 frames per second? Why, you use them to film even the most unusual and mundane things to show how life slowed down can make for beautiful imagery.
That’s exactly what The Slow Mo Guys Dan Gruchy and Gavin Free do. And for their latest video, they show what it looks like when you spin a drill bit at full speed while a rainbow gradient of paint is attached. As you can imagine, the results are incredible.
After a few rounds of spinning the drill, they’re left with a piece of art that would make the likes of Jackson Pollock proud. Now, they just need to take a hi-res image of the result, print it on a shirt and sell it to the masses.
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