Watch 12 items get smashed to pieces in slow motion.
From "Thanks Obama" and Pizza Rat to Whine About It and The Try Guys, 2015 was a wild year!
True love doesn’t mean good aim.
We scared our coworkers and captured it in slow motion.
The Schlieren technique is used to visualize fluctuations in optical density. What we were able to capture will astound you!
For everyone who's ever wanted to actually see a fart.
"I'm pickin' up good vibrations."
No dogs were harmed in the making of this video.
This video will blow you away
Magic or science?
The only slowmo hamster video you will ever need to see.
If bubbles weren’t already magical enough…
The perfect one handed technique
Taking tongue action to a whole new level.
So hypnotic, so weird.
“The video my dad sent me to show off his new iPhone 5s.” This is why parents can’t have nice things.
It's even more adorable than it sounds. If that's even possible. (No animals were harmed in the making of the video).
Hilarious, painful, terrifying, sometimes beautiful, here are a collection of moments that only a camera could capture.
Each 1D member got their own 57 seconds worth of slow-mo walking and making love to the camera while their song One Thing plays in the background. I used to be team The Wanted, but now I don't know what to think or how to feel.
It's for science! Sixteen different species were filmed by the Georgia Institute of Technology, shaking it off in slow-mo, to determine who has to shake the hardest to get dry.
Ever wonder what it looks like when a baseball bat hits an egg at 2500 frames per second? Or what it looks like when you put an aerosol can inside a flaming hot barbecue? Look no further!
Slow motion makes everything better, and FreeRunning by itself is great. Put those two together and you have pure awesomeness.