quinta-feira, 26 de agosto de 2010

Câmara lentíssima

Uma 5a-feira e você com a cabeça no mundo da lua.
Uma preguiça e tudo parece acontecer em câmara lenta.

Dia ideal para ver o

Amazing Slow-Motion Video of Things Getting Smashed

divulgado pelo Gadget Lab no Wired.

"What you are seeing is everyday stuff being shot, smashed and shattered, all in incredible slow-motion. The footage is filmed on a Photron SA1.1, a high-speed camera capable of shooting an astonishing 5,000 frames-per-second. To give you an idea of how much information that is, the 1-megapixel sensor needs 8GB of storage for just six-seconds at 1,000-fps.
The movie, titled Tempus II, was made by Philip Heron, a student at Ravensbourne College of art and design in the UK. Make sure you watch it all the way through. My favorite is the shot of the karate guy smashing a cinder-block (or perhaps concrete block) with a chop of the hand. Watch how his fingers bend and distort around the edge of the slab. It looks almost impossible."

Tempus II from Philip Heron on Vimeo.06

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