Dancing Jell-O: Bill Cosby approved! [VIDEO]

Food art is fantastic.  People have made still life’s out of bacon, created broccoli forests, and lest we forget the humble pumpkin at Halloween.  Enter gelatine.

This short film was made with the Phantom Camera, which captures images at high speeds up to 3000 frames per second and plays back at the normal 30 frames per second, rendering the images at 100 times slower than the human eye can capture.  Spark one up and enjoy.

Video created by Marilinda Hodgdon with music from Porcupine Tree.

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