Harrowing and immersive video captured by San Bernardino County firefighters as they fought their way through a blaze which damaged two homes in Victorville, California. Their efforts paid off in limiting the spread to more homes.
You’ll need to use Chrome, the YouTube mobile app, or Kolor to view this 360º video from GoPro’s spherical rig, but it’s worth the effort. After all, how often do you get to ride on the back of a Triple Crown winning race horse?
Action Park employee Maria Bitko tries the water park’s nearly 2,000 foot-long slide. It will take you over a minute to reach the bottom, enough time to hypothesize where that gross brown stain came from.
While flying his quadcopter, Stephen Coyle spied a group of kids escaping through their school’s rooftops. The runts spotted his UAV and tried to hide from it. But when they ran into Stephen they asked him to post the video on YouTube.
A couple of months ago, YouTuber Harrisen Howes’ friend got his drone stuck on his neighbor’s roof. Since “access to the roof wasn’t possible”, he had to use his new drone and a pair of coat hangers to rescue his old friend.
We’ve seen Megavalanche from the front of the pack. Here’s what’s it like at the thick of it courtesy of UR Team rider Jamie Nicoll at this year’s contest. Why are you guys doing this?! Why don’t you just walk and enjoy the scenery?
Star Wars fan and VFX artist Bill Parker put on a GoPro to show us what a Jedi Knight might see in battle, using his lightsaber and Force powers to take on the Empire. Bonus points for using the Wilhelm Scream.
Watch these mountain bikers hit speeds up to 39mph down an abandoned bobsled track built for the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo. Sure, it would be faster coated with ice, but they probably wouldn’t make it to the first bend.
The WWF of Australia strapped a GoPro onto the back of a green turtle as it was tagged and released back into the wild. Follow along with the big guy on a first-turtle view of the Great Barrier Reef without getting your hair wet.
Williams test driver Alex Lynn shows us what it’s like to drive the FW13B, giving it a leisurely go at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Renault 3.5L V10-powered racer was used by the Williams F1 team in 1990.
Donning a GoPro, golf pro Karsten Maas shows off a variety of trick shots done with his collection of silly custom golf clubs, which range from a hammer club to a crazy 14-foot-long driver. He certainly knows how to keep his eye on the ball.
Awesome footage from an indoor competition between 30 drones as they race through the air for supremacy in an old warehouse in Melbourne, Australia. Looks like a great way to spend an afternoon. BTS footage here.
Filmmaker Alex Yde captured this awesome POV perspective of his performance in a viking-themed stunt show – an action-packed first-person sequence that’s more exciting than most video games. The track is Iron by Woodkid.
Look around from the roof of a Nissan GT-R as it races around the Le Mans track, first on its own then against a GT-R Nismo in this 360º video. You can watch it on Chrome, but it’s way more fun on the official YouTube (iOS/Android) app.
Awe-inspiring footage captured from the F-18 fighter jet cockpits of The Pukin Dogs of U.S. Navy Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-143 as they skim along close to the ground, mountain tops and water, pulling dizzying rolls along the way.
(Flashing lights) The Black Hole is a 255ft. water slide with lots of LEDs inside. The lights’ trippy patterns over the slide’s black tube make for an awesome trip. The Black Hole is at the Bad 1 indoor leisure pool in Bremen, Germany.
(PG-13 Language) Nope, this is not footage from a video game. Director Claudio Voicu and a group of freerunners wonderfully recreated a time trial stage from the upcoming prequel Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst. Behind the scenes here.
(PG-13 Language) “A dead end. A choice. One could go left, or one could possibly go ri– oh coins! Coins!” The hilarious gamer Jerma985 plays through a short adventure that he himself made using GameGuru.
To promote its 4K Action Cam, Sony created this OK Go-worthy video, in which they drove the cameras on a robotic platform surrounded by thousands of moving sticky notes which created a colorful landscape to travel through.
Andy Stewart had the same idea as Pierogram and loaded Roman candles on his quadcopter, then recorded the manhunt from multiple perspectives. At this rate someone’s bound to come up with a manually controlled launcher.
Take an insanely fast ride around the ring in the new Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV, which turned in a near record 6:59.73 lap around the Nordschleife, courtesy of the Superveloce’s 6.5L, 740hp V12, and its sticky Pirelli P-Zero Corsas.
Olivier Astrologo’s recap of his recent trip to Vietnam features the Southeast Asian country’s natural wonders, historical sites and the daily life in one of its cities. Shot with a Sony A7ii, 35mm & 55mm lenses and a handheld gimbal.
Despite being only 15 seconds long, this POV video of parkour acrobat Oleg Cricket running and jumping between ledges atop a hi-rise will have you sitting on the edge of your seat – because you probably wet your pants.
YouTuber MagicFergie wore a GoPro while performing a classic card trick. Seeing the trick from his perspective doesn’t ruin it at all. It does make it easier to pretend that you’re the one who’s blowing people’s minds.
We already know that our life will never be as interesting as a GoPro commercial. Or will it? YouTuber Braziliandanny says: not with that attitude. Here’s an exciting look at his job. Copying files! Emailing files! Mailing files! Files!