Flaming citrus oil looks way cooler slowed down 50x
For this weeks VOTW, watch as Grant makes breaking down a halibut look like a beautiful thing.
If you’re interested in more in depth instruction, check out the full step-by-step here!
We spent some time filming a Waring Xtreme blender in action with our high speed video camera to learn more about how blending works. In the coming weeks we will be sharing footage illustrating the science of blending.
But for now, enjoy the chaotic last 2 seconds of a pink jawbreaker’s life… We promise it didn’t feel a thing.
It’s pretty amazing to have all the music composition for ChefSteps being done in house for obvious reasons.
For a less obvious reason why it’s great, watch Hans whack a cymbal in extreme slow motion:
Typically, a person doesn’t smile with glee when their hands are glowing on fire, but then Rusty Oliver isn’t typical. Filmed at 5300 frames per second with a Phantom Flex, our friend Rusty shows us how fun propane-filled bubbles can be in the hands of an experienced professional.
Warning: Don’t try this at home
Combining a high speed video camera and lack of sleep can make for some bizarre creations. Luckily, just about everything looks cool when viewed in slow motion….
Neal Stephenson + a Phantom Flex + a longsword by angus trim + a cantaloupe…What more could you possibly ask for?