A Nest camera in a family's living room captured the beginning of a serious house fire when the wind blew curtains over a lit candle, and a woman walks in and starts screaming.
According to the person who uploaded the video to Rumble, the candle was lit because the family was just finishing up a birthday party for their 88-year-old grandfather (who also has dementia)...
It's time to throw away your silly selfie-stick. No, really, I'm not just saying that to be mean to people with selfie-sticks. I have one, but I've yet to use it for a selfie. It helps get the phone higher up for above photos, which I haven't done much of, but still. Now, there's a new toy for all the selfie-people, it's the Hover Flying Camera from Chinese company Zero Zero Robotics.
Don't you hate going to YouTube, or Vimeo, or wherever, and seeing these stupid videos shot vertically? You really can't see anything, and it's usually something with a lot of action, like idiots fighting in a fast food store, or a skateboarder running face-first into a wall.
You want to see that s--- it all it's HD glory!
There have been a ton of photos released from space before, with amazing detail, even thought their taken from many, many miles away. Heck, the International Space Station is like, 270 miles away from earth, and they can read the newspaper you're sitting with on the park bench!
But, HD video hasn't been a thing. Until now.
Go-Pro cameras have opened our eyes to many things we've never been able to easily record in the past.
Sky diving, water sports and the inside of a dishwasher are among the subjects that Go-Pro videos given us different perspectives of and proven the camera's durability.