Popcorn Popping In Super Slow Motion (Compilation)

What do water balloons, popcorn, killer whales, and explosions have in common? They all look awesome in slow motion. Same goes for gunfire, flying birds, broken bottles, and punches to the face, so check out these super sweet slow-mo comps of popcorn and see the magical minutia of daily experience with your own eyes.

The Slo Mo Guys show us the unexpected marvel of popcorn popping in super slow motion. Be sure to watch the segment shot at 10,000 frames per second (starting at the 2:46 mark).

NPR explores the science of popcorn through slow motion footage and electron microscope imagery in “Click To Enlarge: Popcorn.” The video is a companion to a NPR feature on the science and history of popcorn.

High Speed Video of Popcorn Popping – 6200 fps, playback @ 25 fps by Ryan Matthew Smith

This is a cool popcorn shot done @ 4000 FPS with a macro rig. It is hard to get this close. The oil is fun to watch as the popcorn explodes.