I’m always fascinated by high-speed (super slow-mo) videos, as I’m sure many of you are as well. It’s just so interesting to see the way things work and react in a way that is impossible to tell with the naked eye. Not surprisingly, there are many scientific benefits that go along with our ability to do this.
In this example, we are able to see how a tiny “piece” of light travels through water in a bottle. I’m no expert on physics, so a lot of this goes over my head, but even without knowing what’s going on behind the scenes, you can get a small grasp of what is really happening with high-speed photography.