TL;DR – Today we chart every location visited during the Slow Mo Guy’s ‘Planet Slow Mo’ series
Today we are exploring something close to my heart. One of my first ever dives into the world of YouTube back in the day was this little channel (well not so little anymore) of these two guys out of Britain filming things in slow motion.
As a film making technique I have always been captivated by slow motion and to see it used to capture weird and wonderful sights is something I have always love. Over the years whenever there is a new video I always make time to watch it and to this day they are always amazing like creating a fire tornado or blowing up 10ft balloons or even exploding airbags.
Well, recently the guys Gavin Free & Daniel Gruchy have been travelling across the world visiting places that you can’t film in a backyard like Geysers in Iceland. So you have people travelling across the world, well that is a perfect time for us to get our map on and that is what we did.
Before we get to the full sized map we have an American insert. We added this because it is a good summary of the Slow Mo Guys’ work. Explosions, check, Animals, check, Weirdly Wonderful, check.
Here we have the trip in all its glory from Lighting in Singapore, to Wind Tunnels in Great Britain, and Driving Tanks across the American desert. Well till we map something else of pop-culture have a great day.
Credits – The World Map that we used as a base was created by ‘San Jose’ which is shared with a Creative Commons Licence. All images and graphics are based off work created by the Slow Mo Guys (Gavin Free & Daniel Gruchy) and their team.
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