File this under mesmerizing. Nathan Myhrvold and his Modernist Cuisine team, who published a 2,400-page, six-volume cookbook earlier this year, filmed Jell-O bouncing at 6,200 frames per second. If Jell-O had a backyard trampoline and jumped in super slo-mo, this is probably about what it'd look like. Spoiler alert: a finger pokes the Jell-O at 1:10.
Jell-O Bouncing in Slow Motion
[via The Kitchn]
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