Video: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift sucked, but that's just cause it wasn't shot with 360 degree cameras. This 360 degree video from the top of a Pro Drifter's car does the art of drifting justice the way the movie never could.
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Action cameras seem simple enough. Strap it to your head, hit record and go, right? While that's essentially true, your video may not turn out like the ones you see the pros making. So we wrangled up some of them up at the X Games, and got some simple, easy to incorporate tips that will kick your next video up a notch or two.
Sleep is important. It's so important that some people are willing to spend lots (and lots) of money so that they snooze better. Those people are likely to love the new Drift light by Saffron. This smart LED bulb is designed to improve sleep by casting warmer light and mimicking sunsets.
When we last took a look, the Drift HD came in last in our action camera battlemodo. It had a lot of features that we really liked, but image quality wasn't up to snuff. The new Drift Ghost, however, promises even more features, not the least of which is a new set of optics.
Action cams have always sounded great. Just strap them to a bike, a surfboard, a car or a helmet, and record a ride from the daredevil's point of view. Now they're getting fancy, with full 1080p HD recording, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. So which is the right one to capture your classic runs and epic wipeouts?