Saturday 5 June 2010

Ultra Slow Motion video from 2010 Maker Faire

Maker Faire has been described as a kind of  Do-it-Yourselfer's nirvana. Inventors and many of the DIY fraternity gather there to present their projects and products which range from the weird to the sublime. Some of the brightest minds and most amazing tinkerers gather in California for this annual event, which is sponsored primarily by Make magazine.

Nathan and 3ricj  made this cool ultra  slow motion video from this years Make Faire using the world's first CMOS-based high-speed camera capable of taking 1,000,000 pictures-per-second - the exotically expensive Phantom camera.

The music track is "Raise Riddim" by I.D. & Baobinga
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