slow-mo

slow-mo

 (slō′mō′)
n. Informal
Slow motion.

slow′-mo′ adj.

slow-mo

(ˈsləʊˌməʊ) or

slo-mo

n, adj
informal short for slow motion
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There are chases with slow-mo knee slides, hyperactive cameras and snappy editing, not to mention some impressive effects-laden set pieces in the laboratory.
The next morning Jack goes to buy a newspaper and finds himself right in the middle of a bloody clash between the police and some rebels, shot in slow-mo for effect.
By leveraging Blast Motion's patented Smart Video Capture(TM) and adaptive slow-mo technology, the EASTON Power Sensor intelligently combines video and swing metrics to create a powerful new swing analysis tool that automatically detects a player's swing and clips the video to create a series of video highlights.
Young George meets the rest of crew on the plate as they stoke the furnaces - via some slow-mo soundscaping sequences - and he realises the burning reality of life in steerage.
Unlike the White Hart Lane incident this one didn't merit slow-mo, multi-angle replays, but the brief footage on the Football League Show proved that Ryan Haynes timed his tackle to clean-as-a-whistle perfection when he slid in on Jermaine McGlashan.
We're also publishing Cobalt, an upcoming game from Oxeye Game Studio; it'll include lots of robots performing slow-mo combat rolls.
Slow-mo 'action' and 'comedy' speeded-up Benny Hill-style.
All we need is for The Doors to sing as a slow-mo copper chopper hovers above the napalm-lit jungle - well actually, the flickering flames of a freshly twocked Corsa in Saltwell Park would be more realistic - but the image remains dramatic
She came home babbling away so quickly that to understand her fully I would have needed to have recorded her voice and played it back on slow-mo to catch every word.
NBC Sports Tour de France Live for desktops offers live streaming video of every stage online in full HD, with the ability to pause, rewind and slow-mo the video.
This too opens with a bare-knuckle, slow-mo boxing scene like Guy Ritchie's film (starring Robert Downey Jr.
Elements of The Long, The Short And The Tall and First Blood abound, while plentiful slow-mo shots of blood spraying from fresh bullet holes come straight come from the Sam Peckinpah school of filmmaking.