From the physics of Slinkies to the habits of feeding birds, slow-motion movies can inform us so much about the way in which issues work.
“You get to see things from a scientific perspective that you wouldn’t normally get to see normally,” says Daniel Gruchy, one half of the duo higher recognized on YouTube because the Slow Mo Guys. The net collection has made the 2 the web’s best-known specialists on slow-motion video.
Along with companion Gavin Free, Gruchy posted the primary Slow Mo Guys video, a channel trailer, in 2010. That was adopted rapidly by a video of lighters exploding in sluggish movement. The duo has since amassed 1.7 billion views on YouTube, and greater than 12 million individuals subscribe to their channel.
The pair grew up in Thame, England. They went to the identical faculty and labored collectively at a grocery retailer known as Waitrose. “We really found friendship … when I found out you played Xbox. And I didn’t know anyone who played games,” Free recalled in one in every of their movies.
The guys discuss us by means of a few of the web’s favourite slow-motion movies within the clip embedded above, from exploding water balloons and lightning strikes to sneezes. They additionally supply particulars about a few of their very own tasks, together with their greatest hit, a video displaying Free leaping onto a large, 6-foot water balloon, which has earned greater than 177 million views.