JUL 27, 2015 02:48 PM PDT

Watch This Life-sized Water Balloon Burst Before the Water Can Catch Up With it in Slow Motion


It's not every day you get to sit inside of a life-sized water balloon, but what it meant for these guys was an opportunity to record the experience in super high quality 4K video with a powerful slow motion camera.

The results are amazing. What you see in this ultra high quality slow motion video is the water balloon actually rupturing from one side to the other before the water even has a chance to fall to the ground.

As a result, you still see the water taking the shape of the balloon for a period of time after the balloon pops.

This is an excellent demonstration of how liquids take the form of whatever they are put into.

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