A team of German doctors recorded the world's first MRI of a woman giving birth back in 2010. They only had still images available back then, but now they have released a video. And seriously, it's incredible.
New Scientist explains how the video was acquired. The video captures the second stage of labour as the mother expels the fetus. Called cinematic MRI, it takes repeated images of the same slice of the body before it's joined up to create a detailed video.
It looked at the movement of the fetus and its position as it traveled through the birth canal. This of course, isn't one of those art-like stuff doctors suddenly have an interest in. In fact, it can actually help doctors understand birthing even more, and perhaps know how to deal with complications in delivering a child.