Ever questioned what a kind of retro arcade machines seems to be like in extreme slow motion?
Our foolish human eyes solely see what the machine needs us to, however – as Gav from YouTube duo The Slow Mo Guys exhibits in the video above – the fact may be very totally different.
Utilizing footage slowed down to twenty-eight,500 frames per second, Gav exhibits us the expertise behind a 1981 recreation referred to as Tempest that makes use of a cathode-ray tube (CRT) show and vector graphics.
The consequence? Little strains of color showing and disappearing throughout the display, like a firework show, that make up the picture our brains course of.
A spinning disc flinging paint in extreme slow motion is a delightfully mesmerising watch
Watch the Slow Mo Guys spin a levitating apple till it explodes
Man stands beneath a bathe of spinning sparks in extreme slow motion