Have you ever wondered what a samurai sword sees when it’s slicing melons in half?
The guys over at Corridor Digital are quickly becoming the masters at doing the coolest things with GoPros. First, they mounted a HERO5 Session to the tip of an arrow, then they shot one out of a high-pressure air cannon, and now they’ve decided to mount some HERO5s to different spots on a katana and slice through a bunch of watermelons. The final stitched-together-slo-mo footage is pretty awesome! Check it out below:
Watching videos shot from a GoPro mounted onto a sword is entertaining in its own right, but Corridor Digital took it a step further by mounting two GoPros near the handle of the katana. What this did was allow the team to create a panoramic view of all of the slicing and dicing, which enabled them to not only capture the actual cut, but the debris that followed as well.These GoPros Captured a Sword Fight from the POV of the Sword