GoPro Max review: the most accessible 360 camera

(mellow piano music) (upbeat music) – This is the GoPro MAX. And it’s GoPro’s second attempt at a consumer level, 360 camera. (upbeat music) (camera whirring) Last year, Insta360 came out with the One X, and it totally revolutionized the idea of what a 360 camera could be used for. First off, footage shot with the One X was stitched in camera, and then you were able to edit it right on your phone and upload to social platforms almost

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Biplane suspended in National Museum of Australia

On 5th December 1909 Taylor and his associates and quite a crowd of onlookers watched the first flight by Taylor in one of his aircraft, a bi-plane glider of which we now own a replica. (piano music plays) To celebrate the centenary of George Taylor’s first flight in his glider in 1909 the Australian Gliding Museum launched a project that lasted three years to build three replicas to better understand the glider and the technology and design that Taylor was

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How The Ford Model T Took Over The World

This Episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Skillshare, home to over 20,000 classes that could teach you a new lift skill. The Ford Model T was not the first car. Not even close. Depending on how you define what a car is, that honour was achieved 100 years before Henry Ford was even born in 1769, when French engineer Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot created this steam powered vehicle designed to travel off rail. The honour for the first true

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Kite Aerial Photography

Good afternoon, my name is Monica Louie and this is Yuri Estrada. I am a member of Engineers Without Borders, a New York professional chapter. We are a humanitarian non-profit organization. A group of engineers travelled to Cambodia to help in the design and construction of a water dam for irrigation. However there was very little site information, there were no maps available to us. So we developed a Kite Aerial Photography, also known as KAP, to take pictures of

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F-117 Stealth Car

Every industry has its mavericks. The car industry is no exception This car was created by one of the world’s leading car designers, Jim Router. It takes its inspiration from a surprising source, the Lockheed Martin F-117A stealth bomber. It disregards standard design concepts and follows the angular shape of a plane, it’s made up of a series of carefully angled panels. The jet feel continues inside the car. The driver sits in the centre of the cockpit, and even

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The Physics of Racing Games

Motor vehicles come in a huge variety of shapes and designs each tailored for a specific purpose. Whether that be simply getting you from A to B in comfort and safety, travelling around a well paved race track in the shortest time possible, crossing difficult terrain, or sliding sideways around a corner. Each have been carefully crafted by their engineers to excel in their disciplines. Last month Ubisoft invited me to the Red Bull Ring in Austria to drive in

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Fly with the Jetman | Yves Rossy

(Music) [music by Moby] [Grand Canyon] Narrator: Many of the tests are conducted while Yves is strapped onto the wing, because Yves’ body is an integral part of the aircraft. [Wind tunnel tests] Narrator: The wing has no steering controls, no flaps, no rudder. Yves uses his body to steer the wing. Stefan Von Bergen: Well, he turns by just putting his head on one or the other side. And sometimes he assists that with his hands, sometimes even with

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5 Most Secret Military Aircraft

Shortly after midnight on May 1, 2011 two unusual helicopters carrying 25 U.S. Navy SEALs… …descended on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The heavily modified Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters were able to fly 200 km undetected from the Afghanistan border… …with neighbors reporting that they didn’t hear the helicopters until they were directly overhead. Their existence might have remained secret had one of the helicopters not crash landed on the wall of the compound. U.S. forces destroyed

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World’s Smallest Bluetooth Speaker!

– What’s up, guys? Lou here, back with another video and once again, it’s your favorite show here on Unbox Therapy called, “Does it Suck?” And of course today, we will be evaluating something that you may think sucks, but it might not, and that’s the whole magic of this show. Right here, in front of me, is something that’s listed on Amazon as the smallest Bluetooth speaker in the world. Just quotes around everything here. I don’t know if

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