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and lionhart, you made me smile =)
Ninja`s can`t get you if you hide behind a popping balloon.
That said, there`s also been far better examples of these types of things posted here before as the actual video footage (slow motion of water balloons popping and stuff).
The difference being that regular video captures 1/24th of a second, including all movement. In fact, without the motion blur created, video tends to look choppy.
Here`s an example of a stop motion animation of two dinosaurs, first without motion blur and then with motion blur added: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6lQ5GG6b...
I was in school with a kid who thought it was "Boom shake-shake-shake your bum".
...Just saying. :P
I don`t see why not, at least for maybe one frame which is all it takes
Ultra slow-mo video. Standard video can`t capture events as fast as this.
[quote] The Exact Millisecond A Dart Pops A Balloon [/quote]
That might actually be an accurate statement.