Shattering photography at 10,000,000 fps

Fascinating footage of a ball breaking glass:

And no, I swear this blog isn’t devolving into just a re-share of PetaPixel, but they’ve been on a roll with good stuff lately. In this case they explain

Filmed with a HyperVision HPV-X camera made by Japanese manufacturer Shimadzu, the footage is slowed down so much that the ball, once it hits, appears fixed in space while the cracks in the glass slowly expand outward like an intricate spiderweb from the point of contact.

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