If you are familiar with the band OK Go, then you know how awesomely cool their videos are. If you are not familiar with them, you need to get some schoolin, son!

OK Go rose to internet fame after they released their video for "Here It Goes Again" that showed the quartet dancing on a bunch of treadmills. That video set a president of catchy and technically complicated videos, usually shot in one continuous take. So far they have done a Rube Goldberg machine, flown in the aircraft that astronauts do weightless training in, and even a stop motion video that spanned two days.

Their latest video for the song "The One Moment," is a slow motion masterpiece. Wikipedia states that the videos has "a total of 325 events occur[ing] during the 4.2 seconds of real-time footage that was taken." I can only imagine the math involved in timing things out to be two milliseconds apart.

Take a look at the video below, then try to be productive.