The New World’s Blackest Paint (Black 3.0) vs the Brightest Flashlight!

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In this video I show you the new world record blackest paint available on the market! Black 3.0. I show you what it looks like when you paint a mannequin head with the black 3.0. I show you a cool optical illusion when a 3D image has no visible contours where it looks like the spinning is changing direction. Then I shine the 32,000 lumen flashlight on the face to see if it actually burns in or not due to the light absorption.

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