As an editor myself, I always keep an eye out for little details that stand out and give inspiration and new ideas, visually. This video is a great example of the slow motion effect many of you may have seen, and wondered about. It's a re-edit that made great use of Twixtor
to slow things down, with some mirroring effects at the end. The result is pretty cool. It's well executed, and personally I think it was very tastefully used. The video follows the music too, which is another thing that's always nice. Even though it's not flatland, it's pretty easy to see how the same idea can be applied to other things. What do you think?