Golden, CO – The Slow Mo Guys, Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy find themselves again at the crossroads of low and high tech, asking the burning question, “Can a ball of C4 alter the path of a 9 mm bullet?” Our friends at the Colorado School of Mines and Hadland Imaging Senior Scientist, Linden Gledhill, provide the testing ground, ultra high-speed video cameras and assistance in helping them find the answer. 

Spoiler: Bullets will be flying with explosions galore! 

Shimadzu Hyper Vision HPV-X2 and iX Cameras i-SPEED 727 ultra high-speed video cameras at the Colorado School of Mines.

Shimadzu Hyper Vision HPV-X2 and iX Cameras i-SPEED® 727 ultra high-speed cameras. 

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Huge thanks to all the staff & students at the
Colorado School of Mines for making this video possible.

– Gav & Dan, The Slow Mo Guys 


Colorado School of Mines group portrait with The Slow Mo Guys, Gav and Dan, September 2023.

Colorado School of Mines Group Portrait with The Slow Mo Guys

Back Row (left to right): Jason Young, Mitchell Anderson, Linden Gledhill (Hadland Imaging), Finnegan Wilson, Veronica Eliasson, Bryce Huffaker, Grace Rabinowitz, Ryan Shelden, James Verheyden, Josh Gallaher, Daniel Fabelo, Ezra Venetos
Front Row (left to right): Gabe Bjerke, Kadyn Tucker, Gavin Free & Dan Gruchy (The Slow Mo Guys)



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About The Colorado School of Mines 

The Colorado School of Mines has been shaping the future of energy, mineral resources and space exploration for 150 years. Partnering with private industry and government, Mines is one of only a few institutions in the world with broad expertise in explosives education and research. Students here are gaining hands-on experience learning to find, develop, and process the world’s natural resources. 

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