This Video Uses a 'Slo-Mo Booth' to Capture Surreal Alley Battles

By: Ady Floyd - Oct 14, 2015
References: stldesignweek & lostateminor
The creative agency of Bruton Stroube Studios used a 'Slo-Mo Booth' to capture playful alley-mimicking battles. The quirky videos feature people dressed up in crazy animal and superhero costumes. There is a curtain between the opponents, and when it is lifted each competitor begins tossing glitter and eggs.

Using the 'Slo-Mo Booth' each frame can be seen in extremely detailed-oriented focus. These videos were created during the agency's 25th 'Kegs With Legs Party,' which celebrates the annual St. Louis Design Week.

Using this new piece of easily accessible software, it promotes a clever, interactive and playful way to capture any event. This particular event used three different cameras to capture various angles. Additionally, using a speed of 1,000 frames per second, the entire video is a surreal explosion of slow-moving figures, action shots and highly accurate facial expressions.