1,000 Freshly Painted Mousetraps Being Triggered in Slow Motion
Gavin from The Slo Mo Guys spent around 10 hours of setting painted mouse traps and then set them off a rainbow-esque reaction.
According to instructables.com, a standard mouse trap takes just 12 milliseconds for the bar to impact the wooden base -- about as fast as a single flap of a hummingbird’s wing.
The video was filmed at 1000 frames per second.
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