Watch a Water Droplet Bounce (That’s Right, Bounce) in Super Slow Motion

Which wise sage said “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t slow down and look around, you might miss it”? I can’t quite recall. It doesn’t matter. But the Phantom v7.3 Digital High Speed Camera suggests that there’s something to that adage. The camera shoots up to 6688 frames-per-second, and lets you look at everyday phenomena in an entirely different way. We’ve shown you pretty cool footage of what a vibrating cymbal looks like while captured in super slow mo. Now we give you a glimpse of something you don’t see very often — water bouncing.

via @Wired

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