Everyday life of the Superman from the first person of

Everyday life of the Superman from the first person of

What it is possible to make by means of a radio-controlled throne and GoPro action chamber? To shoot the small film about the Superman from the first person, certainly! It was made also by small team of enthusiasts of Los Angeles. And, it is necessary to tell that simply improbable video turned out at them.

Shootings of video were carried out by means of a radio-controlled throne of Phantom 2 to which attached the GoPro chamber, which, judging by video plot, the Superman found casually and decided to return it to the lawful owner. The GPS transmitter by means of which it safely came back to the owners even if lost a signal with a control panel was built in a throne. The chamber was fixed on a throne by means of the special two-axial mechanical stabilizer of the image that the chamber did not shake, and video filming took place in movement most smoothly. The signal in real time was broadcast on the earth by means of the special transmitter so it is possible to tell that the film-making team saw world around throne eyes.

Everyday life of the Superman from the first person of

Video became instant a hit YouTube, and at present it was seen already by more than 500 000 people. Join their number and at least for few minutes will feel itself as the real superhero!

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As a bonus you can watch video how this short film was created. To glance for the scenes, so to speak.

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