It takes 6 GoPro Cameras To Create This Trippy Bicycle Ride

To record this trippy 360 footage, Jonas Ginter used a 3D printer to create a mount for his six GoPro cameras. He then used software to stitch together the footage into a spherical panorama.

Check out the crazy mount after the break.Go Pro 3D 360 MountIf you speak German, you can read all about the process here.

Comments

Brad - 04/09/14 - 1:54pm

Trippy indeed! That is so awesome. Looks like he’s on his own mini planet.

harri - 04/09/14 - 3:17pm

Ouch, me head. Great clip

Bob - 04/09/14 - 3:44pm

Brilliant, one of the most creative things I’ve seen.

360-degree-video.com - 04/09/14 - 4:39pm

nice little planet view – watch here interactive 360 Video – it shows hot it works: http://www.360-degree-video.com/pages/360deg-video.php

or here budespest goes round – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbhfUhtIxO4

360-degree-video.com - 04/09/14 - 4:40pm

nice little planet view – watch here interactive 360 Video – it shows hot it works: http://www.360-degree-video.com/pages/360deg-video.php

or here budapest goes round – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbhfUhtIxO4

Psi Squared - 04/09/14 - 5:25pm

Nice work.

velorider - 04/09/14 - 5:56pm

Get this man on Kickstarter!!! Way better than half the crap we see looking for funding.

Ventruck - 04/10/14 - 1:46am

that feel when “bike trip”

Braden Lasher - 04/11/14 - 9:58am

I have a makerbot replicator 2. Do you have a 3D file so I can print one of these?

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