Let’s face it: Most people who buy GoPro cameras probably aren’t leading the exciting lives that we see in GoPro’s promotional videos. YouTube user Braziliandanny recently wore his GoPro all day while doing his incredibly boring office job and made a hilarious compilation video that shows just how boring day-to-day existence can really be. More →
The versatile GoPro camera never ceases to amaze us, as the tiny gadget lets users capture all sorts of interesting moments that might otherwise go unrecorded. We have already seen some impressive clips recorded with the popular gadget – check out our GoPro hub to see some of them – but we’re hardly done finding remarkable GoPro videos. Such is the case with this incredible one-hour GoPro clip recorded in outer space. More →
Skydiving is a great example of an ideal use for GoPro’s action cameras; for people who don’t care to jump out of a perfectly functional airplane themselves, GoPro footage gives them a fantastic view of what skydiving looks like from the perspective of a diver.
But as it turns out, there’s another way skydivers can capture video from 10,000 feet up that’s even more heart-pounding for viewers. More →
We recently saw a $250,000 Lamborghini Huracan crash at 200 MPH, and a second recent video showed a ridiculous 2,000-hp Lamborghini Gallardo crashing into a pond after the driver lost control. Now, it’s time for a much less depressing Lamborghini video.
Late last month, Underground Racing’s tuned twin turbo Lamborghini Gallardo set a world record for the fastest time reaching by a street car during a standing half mile, and thankfully for us, the car’s ridiculous record-smashing run was caught on video for all to enjoy. More →
We’ve shared dozens of incredible GoPro videos on BGR over the past year, but thanks to an upcoming firmware update, some of the videos we post in the future are going to be a lot more epic. Gizmodo had a chance to check out a GoPro Hero4 Black update at the Winter X Games over the weekend — an update which allows the Hero4 Black to film at 240 frames per second in 720p resolution. More →
GoPro videos never cease to amaze us and this latest one looks like it could have come straight from National Geographic. In reality, though, this video was created when a GoPro 3+ Black Edition owner strapped the camera to a remote-controlled plane that he tried to fly over the ocean, only to see it crash into the water. More →
GoPro shares fell dramatically on Tuesday, apparently following news that Apple has been granted a patent that largely describes a sports camera system that’s similar to the very popular GoPro cameras. While investors were apparently quick to sell GoPro shares on the news that Apple is thinking about such technology, chances are the iPhone maker won’t kill GoPro anytime soon. More →
The best thing about the GoPro camera is that it lets us explore scenarios we’d never have the opportunity to explore in real life. Either that, or we’d be far too frightened to put ourselves in those situations in the first place.
In this video from YouTube user Ben Wilson, entitled “Inside the Inferno,” you see a terrifying forest fire from the perspective of a firefighter as he and his squad attempt to extinguish it. More →
GoPro’s line of action cameras have allowed people to capture fantastic high-definition footage of things that would have been impossible to record even a few short years ago. Sometimes GoPro cameras give us a unique perspective on something fascinating, and sometimes the cameras deliver us an up close and personal look at something terrifying.
It’s always nice to see orchestras try to embrace new technology to build more of an audience for classical music and the Czech Philharmonic has to decided to take things to another level by using 24 different GoPro cameras to give us a first-hand look at what it’s like to perform in a concert hall as a professional musician. More →
GoPro cameras have brought us a lot of incredible footage taken here on Earth this year but now these wondrous little cameras are boldly going into outer space as well. NASA has posted a video of some astronauts on the International Space Station creating a floating water bubble while in microgravity and then inserting a GoPro camera inside it and having it record footage from within the bubble. More →