How Much Is Too Much - Also For A DVD

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Have you ever seen how a DVD behaves spinning at 23,000 RPM (383 rounds per second)? By the way, the highest frequency reached in the animal kingdom is from the mosquito with 900 wing beats per second. In comparison, 383 RPS is not as fast. Nevertheless, in this area, enormous centrifugal forces exist having a completely bizarre effect on, for example, a DVD.

Gav and Dan present the SLOWEST EVER episode of the slow mo guys by spinning a disc at 23,000 RPM and filming it while it shatters.


As seen in this example, the destruction may well also have a certain beauty. Often, however, we can not perceive this because it runs too fast or too slow. Thanks to modern technology (slow motion / fast motion shots), it is possible for us to move into areas that were previously withheld.

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