When you happen to drop a glass of water on the floor, ever noticed that there are numerous explosions of water droplets around the area of impact? Probably not. The reason is that the time taken for this impact is few nano-seconds and therefore one misses it in a blink of an eye. Using the latest in high-speed photography, Time Warpslows down events to reveal the motion of high-pace events in spectacular clarity.
The host of the series, Jeff Lieberman who is also an MIT scientist and artist, along with high speed camera expert Matt Kearney examines ordinary as well as extraordinary things and study them in frame-by-frame clarity. The series airs everyday at 9 p.m. on Discovery Science.