Popcorn Looks Even More Delicious in Super Slow Motion

Watching popcorn pop is utterly captivating, even in real-time. But when you film the process with a high-speed camera capable of capturing 30,000 frames every second, watching those kernels explode in super slow motion turns making popcorn into a spectacle that rivals the Fourth of July.


This macro footage was captured by YouTube’s Warped Perception channel using a Phantom v2512 ultra high speed camera, and reveals just how violent the popping process really is. Now who else suddenly has the munchies?

[YouTube via Geekologie]



Is there anything left to film in super slo-mo, and if so can we get it over with?