Watch Water Dance In Slow Motion On GE’s Superhydrophobic Surfaces

We already knew that hydrophobic surfaces are extremely fun — but they’re even better in super slow motion. The Slow Mo guys recently paid GE a visit and shot some footage of their latest projects in their trademark super slow motion — including a hydrophobic coating GE is developing to keep wind turbines free of ice.

You’ll have a blast watching water bounce and tumble off their cutting edge hydrophobic surfaces. But if you’re hankering for an explanation, the guys also did a quick explainer:

Unimpressed? Check out popcorn popping. It’s more exciting than it sounds!

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