I've always wondered what the world looks like from a dog's point of view. After watching this video, now I know. Kelsey Wynn outfitted his Great Dane, Bishop, with a GoPro and took him to the dog park to play. You get to see everything Bishop's see and it looks so freaking fun.
Powered by an AMD Radeon HD 6870 graphics card, Chad Smith's five screen racing simulator looks like it provides almost the same thrills as the military's simulators, without requiring the military's budget.
Pogo sticks always amused the hell out of me. Up. Down. Up. Down. Repeat. These guys, however, take pogo sticks to the next level, it's more like: Up. Down. Spin. Jump over a woman in a wheelchair. Grind the railing. Up. Down. Go crazy.
Rip Curl and TimeSlice Films filmed surfers riding real waves with 30 GoPro HD cameras and created an effect very similar to the Bullet Time sequences in The Matrix. It's jaw droppingly awesome.
This is amazing. A duck hunter attached a GoPro HD to his hunting dog and lets us see what it's like to hunt from a dog's perspective. We get to see the whole hunting process from a dog's perspective: the quick reactions, the animal instincts, the ease of swimming, the grab and even the dizzying water shake. Looks…
Armed with a GoPro HD attached to his helmet, Stephen Ager recorded some absolutely stunning views of the top of the world. But it's not all prancing snowflakes and fresh powder because later in the video, Ager loses his footing and tumbles down the wrong side of the cliff. The GoPro HD captures every single moment…
I would be surprised by the impressive quality of this video—recorded with a simple GoPro HD—if I weren't looking at the screen like an imbecile, wondering why the hell I'm not trying to fly like him.
GoPro cameras are our go-to choice for filming extreme sports of any kind, but we weren't nearly as creative as this duo who attached their GoPro to a broom handle and started winging it back and forth while skimboarding.