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Slow Motion Sound (ca. early 1960s) - MIT Edgerton Lab and Lincoln Lab

Watch and listen to the effect of time on sound in this film produced by Doc Edgerton and the MIT Lincoln Lab. Subtitled "Simultaneous Presentation of Slowed Down Motion and Time-Expanded Sound," it likely dates to the early 1960s. It includes real-time and slowed-down filming of subjects such as nails dropped on metal, popcorn popping, a hammer smashing a glass bottle, and much more. [HEE-FV-185]

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cool i love it !!!thak for the good video

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Ido notlike it

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