ESPN Goes Point-of-View with Pivothead

Posted by Tony Luce on Mar 24, 2014 under

As the Wichita State men’s basketball team put the finishing touches on a perfect 31-0 regular season with a home win over Missouri State on Saturday night, ESPN decided to chronicle the event in an entirely new way.

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Over the weekend, donors across the country emptied their pockets for Eric, a homeless man who brought YouTube prankster Magic of Rahat to tears in selfless moment of generosity and joy. Pivothead captured it all.

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Check out a revolutionary new approach to first-person POV storytelling as Norwegian indie rock band KAKKMADDAFAKKA uses Pivotheads to create unique first-person perspectives in their new music video "Young".

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The Jockey full interactive essay by The New York Times is published and it's even better than expected. See never-before-seen footage of championship horse-racing from the True Point-of-View of jockey legend Russell Baze.

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On Episode 4 of Hardwired iJustine channels her inner Jason Bourne and dives into the world of spytech, exploring emerging privacy issues associated with the emergence of wearable video technologies (featuring a pair of Pivothead Aurora's.)

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NY Yankees Give Pivothead a Go

Posted by Homer Provonche on Sep 17, 2013 under

Watch the New York Yankees (Brett Gardner, Curits Granderson, Mark Telxeira and Kevin Youkills) try out Pivotheads during a 2013 Spring Training session. Check it out the captivating results at Yankees OnDemand fan site

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What do you get when you combine a Koenigsegg Agera R, Gemballa Mclaren MP4-12C Spider and Porsche Cayenne Aero 2 with scenic Europe and a pair of Pivotheads?  A sweet behind-the-scenes look at the making of Super Speeders 7. 

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In this tutorial we will be using a pair of Pivothead Durangos and heading to one of the busiest shopping streets the world - Nanjing People's Walking Road located in Shanghai, China - to create a time-lapse video.

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The Jockey

Posted by Homer Provonche on Aug 13, 2013 under ,

A fascinating look at the life of a Jockey by The New York Times. See if you can spot the True Point-of-View (POV) clips shot using Pivotheads. We'll give you a hint...they look amazing and involve fast-moving horses.

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Blame Canada

Posted by Homer Provonche on Aug 07, 2013 under ,

If you get caught sneaking out of your office because you posted a video of yourself riding roller coasters when you were supposed to be working... blame Canada. Nice work from the guys at Digitec Trading in Ontario, Canada.

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