We often think of how Jell-O jiggles, but when its movements are slowed way down, we see a whole new reality about how it reverberates and wobbles. After the Jell-O bounces, the way it moves through the air is a wonder for an artist and a fascination for a physicist.
Creator Ryan Matthew Smith often works with food photography, although he usually does not produce such strange results. Ironically, the vimeo video was even tagged with “Harlem Shake,” because look at that baby bounce.
We think this video is brilliant and wonder why this hasn’t been done before.