Making slo-mo cloudsplosions with liquid nitrogen

Date:11 September 2017 Tags:, , , ,

The guys over at Kuma Films got into the slo-mo game this week by making so-called cloudsplosions.


In this video the team captures the reaction between liquid nitrogen and boiling water. What happens? When the hot water is poured into the freezing liquid nitrogen, it condenses instantly, creating a plume of cloud. Or a cloudsplosion.

In real time this happens quickly. But in slow motion, these frothing clouds are gorgeous and oddly calming. Maybe it’s exactly what we need to soothe our nerves after a week of natural disaster.

Check out the cloudsplosions in the video above.

Video credit: Kuma Films
From: PM USA



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