Have You Ever Seen a Potato Gun Explosion at 20,000 Frames per Second?
If you have seen a potato cannon in action, odds are that you thought it was cool and ...
If you have seen a potato cannon in action, odds are that you thought it was cool and probably wanted to fire one, if not construct your very own.
This time, we check out a potato cannon on steroids with a clear barrel through the lens of a slow motion camera that makes everything way more interesting to say the least.
We check out the action at 20,000 frames per second to see the explosion, up close and personal, in a way that we have never seen before, as it launches the potato out of the other end.
Check out the video below and tell us what you think of this quite scenic science experiment. We could sit around and watch that slow-mo shot all day.