Nvidia's software and Tesla V100 GPUs generate extra frames to fill in video gaps.
Model rockets can be just as awe-inspiring as the Falcon Heavy from the right angle.
Heeeeere's the latest from the Slow Mo Guys.
Don't try this at home, kids.
Melt your CD, melt your mind.
Turn your sound up and take in its majesty.
The 2,500 frame-per-second scenes show what it's like to see as a bee.
London-based filmmaker Philip Bloom films Sin City in infrared and slow motion, and the results are totally post-apocalyptic.
The slow motion is the Renaissance man of editing effects.
Free skier and experimental filmmaker Nicolas Vuignier creates a monochromatic explosion in his latest conceptual sports film.
Joey Shanks of PBS Digital Studios uses a bass tone and super-slow motion to make water do crazy things.
Swiss freeskier Nicolas Vuignier explains the the two-year process of tinkering with the Centriphone in a new behind-the-scenes video.