Professional extreme athlete Erik Roner teamed up with Go Pro Camera for a very creative, and dangerous, science experiment. Since the movie Mary Poppins, kids, and secretly adults, have been dreaming of floating down from the skies with an umbrella.
Well Roner finally did. He jumped out of a plane with just a very big umbrella over him to slow down his fall. It worked for a while, but then the cloth gave, and Roner had to use his backup parachute which he was obviously prepared for. All the action was of course caught on GoPro cameras.
When finally back on the ground, he closed with, “You’re welcome science. NASA is gonna be able to use that one for years to come.”
YouTuber Haberdashery works for a pizza restaurant, and decided to experiment with his GoPro camera. He attached the camera to the pizza pan extractor device. The resulting video is a mesmerizing and yummy piece of art.
So, who’s hungry?
Content creators love the simplicity, durability, versatility of the small, water-proof cameras, allowing once impossible adventure videos to become almost ordinary on the web.
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The obnoxious sea birds must be attracted to some shiny part of video cameras, perhaps the lens, because this second video of a seagull stealing a recording video camera in San Francisco has just gone viral after being reported by SFWeekly.
The latest adrenaline-pumping video to go viral is this video by James Kingston, who admits is always looking for a new adventure. Wearing a GoPro Hero 3 camera, he climbs a 50 meter crane in Southampton, England.
Now, the two week old video has gone viral, garnering over 900,000 hits.
When he retrieved his camera, he discovered adorable footage of newly weaned harbor seal pups trying their best to climb onto the slippery, wet surfboard.
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