NOW YOU SEE IT, NOW YOU REALLY SEE IT: DISCOVERY CHANNEL'S TIME WARP REVEALS ALL, IN SUPER SLOW MOTION
-- All New Original Series Airs Wednesdays at 8PM ET/PT, Beginning October 15 --
(Silver Spring, Md.) � Ever wondered how exactly a face contorts when punched? Or how someone is able to juggle things like chainsaws without injury? Discovery Channel's new series TIME WARP makes the invisible become visible. Premiering back-to-back at 8 and 8:30 PM ET/PT on Wednesday, October 15, the first two episodes of TIME WARP will reveal the visual spectacle of extreme slow motion as a martial artist breaks a stone slab, an industrial-strength blender obliterates a video camera, and an acrobatic dog catches a Frisbee mid-air.
TIME WARP's host, MIT scientist and teacher Jeff Lieberman, uses the latest in high-speed photo technology to capture and examine ordinary -- and extraordinary -- life on super slow-motion cameras. This new Discovery Channel series captures everything from everyday events like a cat licking its paw or a cork being popped out of a champagne bottle, to not-so-ordinary events like a water balloon hitting someone's face or a raw piece of chicken exploding -- at up to 10,000 frames per second.
TIME WARP viewers will be able to see and appreciate things that are normally beyond human senses because they happen much too quickly. John Ford, president and general manager, Discovery Channel, says �TIME WARP is the perfect marriage of IQ and eye glue. The breathtaking images the series delivers are unforgettable and the behind-the-scenes science is remarkable.�
TIME WARP is produced for Discovery Channel by Creative Differences. Tracy Rudolph is executive producer for Discovery Channel and Phil Fairclough is executive producer for Creative Differences.
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