This Slow-Motion Macro Video Reveals Details of Ordinary Objects When They’re Sliced in Half

Here’s an intriguing slow-motion macro video illustrating the hidden beauty that’s revealed when you cut ordinary objects in half. The folks at Macro Room did just that, using objects like vegetables, a shoe, and even an old digital camera, and the results are pretty interesting.

In making the video, Macro Room employed miniature lighting equipment from Adaptalux, as well as Syrp Genie and Mini-Genie—two affordable, portable gadgets for creating motion-control and time-lapse videos.

After watching the video below, you can find more cool stuff on the Macro Room YouTube channel. And be sure to take a look at another video we shared showing what happens when you cut an SLR in half with a 60,000 PSI waterjet.