Amazing slow motion stunts
Q: What do you do when you buy a new Phantom Flex digital camera?
A: Fill up a waterbed with 4,000 litres of water, pop it, film it then slow it down for the world to say ‘wow’.
So proceeds Danish TV show Dumt & Farligt, whose makers pride themselves on confronting danger and causing colossal amounts of mess with their experimentation. This amazing video, while wholly useless for scientific purposes, is enormously entertaining, and poses some semi-serious questions: Is there market potential for the rocket powered clothes line? Why do yoghurt pots and rotary blades not get on? And, why is super-slow-motion destruction so fascinating?