Today, there’s new technology that lets us witness things that we were never able to see before. BASE-jumping, deep diving, and even walking in space are thrills most people just don’t get to do in their lifetimes. And normal people don’t have a clue as to what it’s like to do them. But now, thanks to Go Pro and other headcams, we can really live vicariously through all the people that have the guts to do things we just don’t want to risk trying.
This is a one-of-a-kind list of all things POV (point of view) giving us a glimpse into things we rarely get to see. From snowboarding to skydiving to water slides, these people decided to put a camera on their foreheads and take us on a journey with them. Enjoy the ride!
The 2017 Spacewalk
NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik walked in space, outside the International Space Station on October 20, 2017. He decided to capture his experience with a GoPro camera, and we’re so glad he did. Bresnik reflected on this quiet and peaceful moment: “ Sometimes on a spacewalk, you just have to take a moment to enjoy the beauty of our planet Earth. This Go-Pro footage is from our spacewalk where Joe Acaba and I refurbished the Canadarm2 robotic arm and the Dextre robotic arm extension .”