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Videos in 4K, 8K (In the future ..) and a few Interesting HD/3D/360° too!
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Review: Download videos from YouTube using 4K Video Downloader Portable

Review: Download videos from YouTube using 4K Video Downloader Portable | UHDVIDEOS | Scoop.it

Download YouTube and other Web videos in high-quality using free 4K Video Downloader Portable.

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4K Download Software

4K Download Software | UHDVIDEOS | Scoop.it

 

With this software you can download (Including 4K videos) from YouTube, make slideshows, convert YouTube to MP3, download Instagram photos and much more! All our applications are cross-platform, open source and mostly free.

 

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LumaForge, Seiki Launch Online 4K Contest

LumaForge, Seiki Launch Online 4K Contest | UHDVIDEOS | Scoop.it


4K content company LunaForge and 4K TV consumer electronics company Seiki Digital are launching an online competition for 4K video, with winners taking home 4K TVs and other hardware.


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Stupid and Dangerous is More Entertaining at 2500fps [Video - Not UHD]

Stupid and Dangerous is More Entertaining at 2500fps [Video - Not UHD] | UHDVIDEOS | Scoop.it

 

This excerpt from the Danish TV show "Dumt & Farligtigen" offers a mesmerizing look into the Phantom Flex's footage of random things being destroyed and captured at 2500fps.

 

Phantom Flex Website:

http://www.visionresearch.com/Products/High-Speed-Cameras/Phantom-Flex/

 

 

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Andre Bontems's curator insight, March 28, 2013 2:40 AM

 

THIS IS NOT A UHD VIDEO ... so officially does not belong here ...

 

But it is so unusual that I wanted to share it with all of you in anyway. I am sure you will understand! Enjoy it!

 

Another link worth your while:

http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2013/03/these-exploding-droplets-of-glass-are-a-bewildering-quirk-of-physics/