Trending Now: Slow-mo Bullets vs WW1 Propeller
Technology from the Great War brought back to life in HD
The guys over at Slow-Mo have managed to create not only the working front part of a classic WW1 bi-plane but also replicate the intricate firing mechanism which allowed the front facing bullets to effortlessly pass through the spinning propeller blades. Watching this in action live, you’re left to wonder how it was done – that is of course until now!
Watching each bullet exit the muzzle in super slow-mo is a surreal experience and bizarrely quite relaxing.
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