Ever wondered what it looks like to set a gas-filled camper on fire? Or drop a piggy bank on the running blades of an upside-down lawnmower? Or light 60,000 matches all at once? Wonder no more.
In the run-up to their second season on air, the folks at Danish TV show Dumt & Farligt (which literally translates to "Stupid and Dangerous") have released a sequel to Stupidity Captured at 2500 Frames Per Second — a fantastic highlight reel of things getting blown up/ripped apart/tattered to shreds/lit on fire in slow motion. Like the original, this movie was shot using a Vision Research Phantom Flex camera, a piece of video equipment capable of shooting scenes at over 2,000 frames per second and at 1080p resolution.
Full screen, hi-res, headphones if you got 'em.
Apple MacBook Air Laptop
The M1 chip delivers 3.5x faster performance than the previous generation all while using way less power. Get up to 18 hours of battery life.