This slow-motion sneezing Public Service Announcement from the Government of South-Australia encourages people to get a flu shot.
I wonder if people who own thousand-frame-per-second film cameras really get any work done? Or do they just walk around filming routine life and then just crack up watching their work?
Ever seen a sneeze at super-super slow mo? Set to opera music? Check out the video! Funny, then gross.
Implications - Slow-motion videos have become a widespread phenomenon on the Internet as they offer viewers a distorted perception of reality. Consumers are especially fascinated by these videos now as they need diversions to keep their minds off the economic recession. As there is currently a high demand for such videos, corporations looking to generate interest for themselves and their products may consider slow-motion advertising campaigns.
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