Think you've seen the internet's best video of Curiosity descending to the surface of Mars? Think again. Featured above is likely the world's first "true motion-flow" version of Curiosity's touchdown, and it is nothing short of remarkable. Trust us — you need to see this.
It's been over a month since Curiosity touched down on the Red Planet. And in that time, video editors have been busy. A couple weeks ago, we introduced you to the work of Dominic Muller, who used an editing technique known as "interpolation" to transform the choppy footage of the rover's descent (originally captured at just four frames-per-second) into a much smoother, 25-fps version. But now, Muller has been one-upped in a big way.