Warped Perception ignited an Estes D12-5 model rocket engine in a glass tank of water. It looks glorious in 4K super-slow motion, including the moment the ejection charge fires. (In model rocketry, the ejection charge deploys the parachute a few seconds after the primary fuel burns out.)
The Slo Mo Guys wanted to find out what would happen if you went inside a big balloon and filled it with water until it pops. There is probably a rule 34 subreddit for this. [via]
For their film Fire, Saulo Jamariqueli and Dirk Rees put a couple of fire breathers in a dark studio with a reflective surface, then ran the impressive footage through a kaleidoscope filter, making it even cooler.
Warped Perception trained their Phantom Flex 4K Slow Motion Camera on an air balloon popping underwater. The result is wonderfully trippy, especially in high-definition. (via Nerdist)
The Metasploit framework is an open source tool that lets you simulate real attacks against your system. You can get introduced to this essential cyber security software with this Penetration Testing & Ethical Hacking course, available now in the Boing Boing Store.Throughout these 23 lessons, you’ll exploit vulnerabilities, evade antivirus software, and gain unauthorized access […]
A cable subscription is the most straightforward way to watch live TV, and it’s typically the only way to get access to streaming content from cable networks. But you never get to choose which channels you actually want, and having to use all of their separate streaming services is a pain. Ultimately, you’re paying a […]
“Phone, wallet, keys.” Many of us recite these words to ourselves each time we leave home, or the office, or a friend’s house, or anywhere at all. They’re the typical essentials we all carry every single day, and would absolutely hate to lose. If you’re a Samsung Galaxy S8 user, however, you can trim the […]