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Amazing Water Drop Video
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[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5bsQ_YDYCI[/media]

Amazing !
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#2
Thats taken from a programme that was on discovery at the end of last year. Thats just slowed loads of things down and made a whole series out of it. Can't recall what the programme was called though.

The most impressive thing was watching a bubble burst. Is there a video of that?

EDIT : that programme would be "time warp"

Watch this bubble burst with a ball, watch from 3:40 onwards

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eV6Wh-KX3bY
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"redwinnie" Wrote:Thats taken from a programme that was on discovery at the end of last year. Thats just slowed loads of things down and made a whole series out of it. Can't recall what the programme was called though.

The most impressive thing was watching a bubble burst. Is there a video of that?

Time Warp by any chance ?

Theres a load of them in the related video section ... Just watched a guy get slo mo smacked in the face by a water balloon Big Grin
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#4
Brilliant, I love high speed film... bursting a water baloon is a good one too but being an engineer geek working in safety and restraints i love watching crash test vids and sled test vids and watching all the amazing distribution of energy as the events unfold... you can watch ripples of energy in sheet steel and see individual bits of airbags unfold etc.... fascinating if a little geeky. Try getting a high speed camera set up in the right place to analyse an issue on a sled test though... it's a nightmare!
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#5
Any chance we can see any of the crash test vids... i reckon they'd be amazing
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#6
Not any of the confidential stuff, but you can see some public domain stuff on the euro-ncap website, get googling!
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#7
Redwinnie off topic, MODS: please delete his nonsense!
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