Back in my more youthful days, used to love to race my bike around, as I had a Honda Hurricane, and later I exchanged that up for a 750 cc Slingshot. During that time I used to love to lash on a camcorder on my protective cap with conduit tape. This was obviously 20 years prior and in those days the camcorders were not little and conservative like they are currently, and the camera weighed a considerable amount. Since I lashed it on to my cap, I needed to consistently hold my head at a specific point to get the correct shot, and after some time my head would troop to the other side.
It was very enjoyable to show those tapes at gatherings, and it looked sort of out of control as I would incline toward a corner, and the camcorder would be nearly on the ground, contingent upon which heading I was making the turn, indeed, I had scrap imprints to demonstrate it Today anyway I have a superior thought; since the iPhone 4 has applications for the 4G video gushing. It would be anything but difficult to tie one of these advanced cells onto the front of the cruiser close to the fog light, and freak out in the ravines or on the track and get some extraordinary film.
That, yet you could does it progressively gushing video which means your companions could watch as you voyage through the ravine on their iphone. In the interim you could spare everything and post it later to YouTube, or use it for a hand crafted motion picture. To be sure, similar cap cams could be utilized for cyberflix download, base bouncing, or a wide range of other high adrenaline surge exercises. That would be so cool, and the best part is that this innovation exists now.
A day or two ago I called a companion who is a previous Semi-Pro Street bicycle racer in the 500 cc class. He said he’d investigate it, yet he heard that a few people were at that point doing this, though utilizing somewhat unique innovation. He enjoyed my idea since it would not cost a lot to convey this innovation and use it for this reason. Actually, he has a 4G iPhone 4, and he is thinking about going out and attempting it. It bodes well, and it would be a decent method to sharpen your aptitudes, and gain from your errors. All things considered, botches in hustling can cost you life or appendage, or a huge amount of cash in the event that you crash. Thusly, it appears this innovation could expand security in cruiser dashing. In reality I trust you will please think about this and think on it.