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Watching water drops in 10000 FPS has some unexpected results [Science]
posted November 15 2012 20:11.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Those guys in MIT have all the good toys... After the trillion FPS camera that can observe light photons(!!!), here is another gadget: They use a 10.000 FPS camera to observe water drops falling in water - Our eyes are unable to see the bouncing droplets which can bounce up to 7 times!!!

[Link: Tykjen]

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