Guy Films Rollercoaster Ride With 360-Degree Camera, Stabilizes Footage For Extremely Trippy Video

We do not condone bringing a selfie stick or unsecured GoPro on a rollercoaster with you. But we have to admit the results are pretty cool in this case.



Jeb Corliss brought along a GoPro Fusion 360-degree camera during a ride on Six Flags Magic Mountain’s Goliath roller coaster. But instead of using the footage to create an immersive VR experience, he instead turned it into a fantastically trippy 2D video that will make you dizzier faster than riding the real thing.




The camera captures footage in all directions, giving us a unique perspective on where the coaster is going, and where it’s been, all at the same time. The results could easily pass for footage from the movie Inception that ended up on the cutting room floor, as the coaster’s track bends and twists into structures that simply couldn’t exist in the real world.




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