Did you know that you can use M&M’s to make something beautiful, and it’s not a cake? This is exactly what the crew from The Beauty of Science did, and all they used was a petri dish, some water and a Sony A7R M2 camera. And some M&M’s, of course. They’ve created a 4K timelapse video that turned something so ordinary into something mesmerizing.
They placed one or more M&M’s into a dish with some water and recorded the melting process. In the timelapse video, it looks like they recorded exploding supernovas. And the photos with only one candy remind me of eyes.
I love it how The Beauty of Science made something so interesting out of an everyday thing. Personally, I find watching this video and photos even more satisfying than eating M&M’s!
You can see more photos and the video on their website. They also have other wonderful photos and videos of all sorts of experiments. Even if you don’t have a scientific mind, I guarantee you’ll love it. I know I did.