HD "Bullet Time" with the Chronos high-speed camera

"Bullet Time" with the Chronos high-speed camera
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I used the Chronos high-speed camera to create an effect similar to Bullet Time in which the camera moves instantaneously (or just very quickly in this case).Chronos on Kickstarter: Chronos camera review on EEVBlog: Teknic servo motor: Wireless shutter release: World's most powerful LED: Ossuary 5 — Rest Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
schel sullivan
05:32
+4
burning nitrocellulose in some of those shots?
Jay Koerner
05:33
+1
as far as i know the camera doesn't come with a lense, at least this is
what ive heard from dave off the eevblog channel, and he was talking back
and forth with the creator quite a bit, the lense is just included so the
reviewers can actually use the cam
N.ESS
05:36
+23
Here is the Chronos inventor's «world's most powerful LED light» video that
Ben was talking about if anyone was wondering.
Jared Jeanotte
05:39
+7
This might sound really dumb but I think you should put some padding on the
leading edge of both sides. Especially the counterweight
sgstair
05:45
+10
Haha, I see you using the UI upside-down — That seems like something that
could be easily fixed in software :)
SHADOWxWOLF
05:48
+3
who would dislike this video???
Martin Sverko
06:12
+5
I don't know what time is in Usa but now in Europe is 4 Am.
Great video, greetings from Croatia
elektro3000
07:05
+12
Have you considered putting some kind of marker down to show the «collision
radius» to help you get close to the spinning camera rig without getting
smacked?
TAOFLEDERMAUS
07:06
+22
Nice work! Love the wireless trigger.
Green Silver
07:11
+4
This camera is going to revolutionise high speed photography, it's cornered
a niche that hasn't been filled to date.
I'm looking forward to seeing some great things coming from it and the
creative owners.
The Drüid
07:48
+2
To make it really bullet-timey you should rig up a strobe light synced to
the framerate.
Jesse Crandle
08:29
+26
0:45 — The burning paper looks so surreal and smooth it's almost like
terrible terrible CGI from a late 90s movie lol.
BobWidlefish
08:44
+7
Whoever downvoted this video, WTF? I'm genuinely curious what your thinking
is. Please share.
NWOization
10:03
+27
Most underrated channel on YouTube.
I've learned more from you than smarter every day.
BitsAndBites
12:15
+1
yay you're back :D
James Grimwood
12:18
+6
Haha, I need to keep a tally of how many YouTube channels I watch have a
Chronos camera video. So far this makes three :-)
Frank Sandqvist
14:12
+2
Incredible shots! Has this ever been done before? Given that most high
speed cameras before the Chronos have been wired?
ciprianwiner
14:35
+5
Fantastic work as always. Please wear a helmet when near the spinning
thing, one hit in the head and your down. Stay safe. Cheers :)
stefantrethan
15:41
+2
It's strange, but the footage didn't really boggle the mind as much as I'd
expect from this amazing setup.
I guess it's because the brain is used to watching things move as you move
around them. The higher framerate doesn't really change the physics of
that. Sure it looks interesting, like any high speed footage, but it
doesn't boggle the mind the first time you see it, like those «frozen in
time» bullet time shots do. I didn't expect that.