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Published on Oct 11, 2009
Yes, this has definitely been done before, but it's so cool that anyone with a high-speed camera has got to try this at least once! A simple flick of a lighter is filmed at 300 and 600fps, then slowed-down again to 15 and 7.5 fps, giving a final playback rate of 1/20, 1/40, and 1/80 of realtime speed.
The sparks from the flint and the glowing gas cloud take on an almost ghost-like fireworks quality at these slow speeds, making for an artistic and scientifically interesting show!
Camera: Casio EX-F1
The soundtrack is "Lunar Seas" from the "StarSpin" EP/CD by Technician (yours truly). Full artist discography, MP3 downloads and CDs are available at the Technician website: HTTP://technician.jcmdi.com
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