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In which Destin uses an AK-47 to teach you the Physics of cavitation.
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Slow Motion Sound Design by Joey Van Alten http://joeyvanalten.com/
Diagrams created by Larom Lancaster as part of his personal creativity experiment
We used 2 high speed cameras in this video. Both were made by Vision Research:
I the stuff above water level with a Miro LC310
Gavin shot all the stuff below water with the V1610
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The awesome bullet photo was created on a huge piece of film via direct shadowgraphy by Andrew Davidhazy. Thank you for the phone call Andrew.
Rob Kueffner coded the equations in LaTEX for me in a jiffy.
And of course, a huge thank you to Jimmy Neutron for letting me shoot in your pool.
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