|High speed finale and page
(06 Nov 2006 at 20:34)
| Here's the last video Mike and I recorded a few months ago when we had access to the high speed camera. Synchronizing the camera (which can only record for about a second) with the destruction is always tricky, but we did really well on this one and also the video is not quite what you think it is.|
I also created a page with all of the videos in one place: Tom and Mike's High Speed Movies.
|Nice background on the movies page. fung shue.|
|Oh yeah, I forgot to mention how rad the web design is.|
|Good fun. Thanks for posting these. On a couple of the movies (bulbdrop, waterplate2), there appears to be liquid scattering with the other objects. Is there liquid? If so, why? If not, what am I seeing?
Also, what kind of camera did you use?
|Yeah, waterplate is (naturally) a plate covered in water. The lightbulb is filled with water to make it a little different from the standard high-speed bulb drop cliche, if that can be said to exist. ;)
Unfortunately I don't remember what kind of camera we were using...
|Wow, those are really nice! |
|Was that a normal guitar strum, or did you really belt it? I noted that the way the finger hits the inside of the soundhole doesn't look like something that would happen with a normal strum, unless you really weren't paying attention! ;)|
|I tuned the strings down almost an octave and hit it as hard as I could. Definitely not a normal strum...|
|wow, now i want a high-speed camera...|
|I will not support Hillary Clinton for president|
I will not support Hillary Clinton for president