Turns out arcade machines look bizarre in extreme slow motion

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Ever wondered what one of those retro arcade machines looks like in extreme slow motion? Our silly human eyes only see what the machine wants us to, but – as Gav from YouTube duo The Slow Mo Guys shows in the video above – the reality is very different. Using footage slowed down to 28,500 frames per second, Gav shows us the technology behind a 1981 game called Tempest that uses a cathode-ray tube (CRT) display and vector graphics. Little lines of colour appearing and disappearing across the screen, like a firework display, that make up the image our brains process.