In a fractured episode of The Slow Mo Guys (previously), host Gavin Free recorded the sound of a utensil striking a glass and adjusted that sound to different frequencies. He then focused the sound with a bit of PVC pipe and used the sound to shatter the glass. He captured this remarkable event in various forms of slow motion, including a super slow version at an incredible 187,500 frames per second.
Gav plays a wine glass’s least favourite sound at extreme volumes and captures the results at 187,500fps. That’s around 7500x slower than you can see with your own face.