Travel to Tomorrowland in 4K via GoPro
by: Austin Evenson
Nov 26, 2014
If you’ve been to a festival within the past year, you’ve almost definitely seen a GoPro in action either on stage or in the crowd. The action-sport camera company disrupted the technology industry with its signature, versatile camera that has been used anywhere from surfing, to music festivals, to home videos. Recently, GoPro unleashed their newest camera, the HERO4, and began a video series with the camera called “HERO4: The Adventure of Life in 4K.”
For the fifth episode, GoPro teamed up with Tomorrowland to deliver a 12-minute video of the festival through the stunning visuals of the HERO4. The video follows first person adventures of festival-goers in the crowd, behind-the-scenes of Steve Aoki’s set, the mystical camp grounds, the magical Main Stage at night, and many more moments from the Belgian festival. The episode demonstrate how festival-goers can use the GoPro to easily document life experiences in the highest-resolution. Watch the video above to see Tomorrowland in 4K.
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