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Sure, glitter can break your heart if you spill those little satan sparkles, but can it break YouTube?
The Slow Mo Guys, Dan and Gav, try to bust YouTube’s video compression algorithm by dumping piles of glitter onto their cameras. The guys explain how it works up top, but basically when the screen is filled with fine detail that changes position in each frame, YouTube (and maybe you) have a difficult time processing it.
After tweaking the experiment and a minor fire incident, Dan and Gav did manage to create a brain-melting slow-motion video that your eyes might not be able to handle.
Warning: Don’t watch this video if you’re prone to seizures from flashing light.