How a TV Works in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

How a TV Works in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

If you are reading this, you’ve seen a screen with your eyes. But have you REALLY seen it though? Like real proper seen it? Don’t worry, Gav is here to help you out. This is How a TV works in Slow Motion. Follow Gav on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gavinfree/?hl=en
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For clarity, I wasn’t paid to make this video. I’ve been piecing it together for the last couple of years when I had time. I did, however receive a free LG TV to feature OLED technology in this video.

“The latest 4K TV, LG OLED TV G7”
– LG OLED TV G7 product page link : http://geni.us/SlowMo77G7US
– LG OLED TV G7 Amazon link : http://geni.us/SlowMo77G7USa

Thanks to Destin from Smarter Every Day for lending us the camera – https://www.youtube.com/user/destinws2

Filmed with the Phantom Flex and Phantom V2511 between 1600 and 380,000fps
How a TV Works in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

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52 Responses

  1. Joshua Robbins says:

    Gavin just made me feel guilty for leaving my tv on….h-how.

  2. hans says:

    Really cool to see up close what I only knew from reading about it.

  3. Outbreak Squad says:

    0:48 Slow Mo Guys got another sub #PCMasterRace lol

  4. David Graña says:

    Stupid question: on the CRT, why can we see a few lines above the “currently displayed” line? Is it just the pixels decaying?

    • David Creigh says:

      From what I understand, the Phosphor on the screen glows in response to the concentrated electrons, and it takes a little bit of time for that glow to dissipate.

  5. BPEK Supra Interactive says:

    #PCmasterrace

  6. SuperChargedGaming says:

    You should have filmed a slow mo of a Slow Mo Guys video

  7. Gentt la says:

    *PC MASTER RACE*

  8. 77 says:

    0:15 my tv is the size of a toaster

  9. WhateverUC says:

    Scanning top to bottom is preferred because you move your eyes left and right more than up and down. If you move your eyes quickly up and down looking at a CRT TV you will see a disturbance as you eyes move with or against the scanning, this would be irritating if it happened with left-right eye movement. The left to right scanning is 600 times faster, so it’s not noticable.

  10. Demonically Blue says:

    So even right now we are watching hundreds of images being projected fast on our screens.

    Cool.

  11. Apave122 says:

    I swear you created PUBG

  12. Aamina Masood says:

    Did anyone else hear the TVs high frequency sound? (Think that’s what it’s called)

  13. WarBear says:

    It’s crazy how a CRT TV is regarded as a shitty tv nowadays but it’s an amazingly engineered piece of technology.

    • Komrade Ivan says:

      American made products that actually work

    • Andy says:

      Crt= damages more your eyes because of the flickering, low resolution.
      LCD: no flickering, although the blue light from the leds damages your eyes. 4 to 8k res
      Oled: same shit tbh.

    • xdragon2k says:

      It’s shitty because it gives out too much radiation and it’s really bulky compared to the newer tech. TV in general are amazing piece of technology.

    • doggod101 says:

      It’s pretty incredible how complex they are compared to something like OLED which is literally just miniaturized lights on a switch, we seem to work backwards when it comes to display technology.

    • psynrg says:

      A sheet of paper is an amazingly engineered piece of tech. Don’t let nostalgia cloud your vision of just how far forward a UHD+ OLED TV is vs. CRT.

  14. Chemical says:

    I’ve been wanting this for over 2 years.

  15. LigegyldigInfo says:

    This might have been one of your most interesting and useful videos to date. I learned a lot of useful information about TV’s.

  16. G Cabrera says:

    This video gave me a headache

  17. David Phillips says:

    Why don’t you upload more?

  18. Heavyboxes DIY Master says:

    This is the best video you’ve ever done. Taking an every day object and letting us appreciate the technology more.

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