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Planning on projecting focus on time interval study in your lab? If you are trying to showcase a phenomenon, a specific moment or other activities, then ‘slow motion’ and ‘time-lapse’ photography are the two ubiquitous effects. Time lapse photography is also known as fast motion. Therefore, slow motion and fast motion are the complete opposite to each other.

You can use slow motion effect when you are trying to outline ‘crystal growth’ considering the fact that it happens very fast and conversely, your yearlong research project can be crafted into a time-lapse video.

Slow motion and time lapse videos are generally regarded as the ‘teaser trailer’, and if you are under the impression of grabbing special eyeballs for your video abstract content, these videos are a must in the motion graphic.

Slow-Mo Video for Research Promotion