A couple of inspiring and creative dudes have successfully mimicked the Matrix “bullet style” special effects using a dozen of GoPro cameras.
The amount of hardware building time these guys put is amazing given the fact that the final video project did what they wanted.
Check it out below!
3 thoughts on “Matrix style using the GoPro”
Gopro always rock
Damn that is badass!
Haven’t heard from you in a while adamgo. What you been up to. The blogging community thought you died in one of your crazy adventures!
So I would like to know which is the best to purchase for a beginner. The newest one I think is the Go Pro 3 Black – am I correct and is it easy to learn on instead of going with the older model? Thanks looking forward to the first adventure.
GoPro Hero black
[quote name=”Janice”]So I would like to know which is the best to purchase for a beginner. The newest one I think is the Go Pro 3 Black – am I correct and is it easy to learn on instead of going with the older model? Thanks looking forward to the first adventure.[/quote]
As a beginner, I would say go with the Hero Black. The Hero 3 and the Hero 3+ isn’t really that different from each other and it is easy to get used to after a couple of uses.
If I were you, I’d get the Hero 3 Black edition if cost is not a factor. However if it is, then go for the silver edition but I still do recommend you get the black because of it’s 4K resolution capabilities.
For more of the Hero 3+ and how it’s difference check out my other blog about it at http://adamgo.com/hd-video-camera/the-gopro-hero-3-plus
Also, for free shipping and lifetime guarantee, get the gopro here http://adamgo.com/goprocam. The official gopro site doesn’t offer free shipping and the guarantee is only 30 days. Shipping is like an additional 10 bucks if you live in the states!
Live it hard!