Magical super high-speed video freezes Berlin metro in time

It’s a super high-speed video taken of (I believe) a train arriving at a Berlin metro station.

The video is then shown at a slower speed, but there are so many frames to it, it’s such a high-resolution video, that the effect is just magical.


It’s a very short video, and extremely difficult to do justice to in writing.  Check it out, I think you’ll agree that it’s a neat way to start the day.

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