True POV Parkour in NYC

See the making of True POV Parkour in New York City thanks to WFPF athletes Max Henry, Nick Ortiz, and Jereme Sanders.

Directed by the incredibly talented Andrew Wonder and Joey Katz. See more of Andrew's work at AndrewWonder.com.

“As a director, the most powerful tool you have is the emotional distance you put between your audience and subject. Figuring out how to use this emotional distance in filmmaking was what first led me to POV and eyeglass cameras.

For years I've waited for a better solution: a real HD camera that was more inconspicuous but was high enough quality to make cinematic images. GoPros get you 90% there but not quite. Then, one day, I was lucky enough to come upon Pivothead cameras.”

-- Andrew Wonder

Miami Ultra Music Festival POV Aftermovie (2014)

Check this incredible video Full On EDM created using Pivotheads of people losing themselves to the music at the Ultra Music Festival.

Boasting the World's best DJs, unparalleled production, and located in the beautiful city of Miami, Ultra Music Festival is the premiere, 2-weekend electronic music experience.

Pivothead wearable glasses helped capture Full On EDM's immersive experience of the madness delivered by UMF.

Produced by Christian Kalse

Produced by Christian Kalse

One Day in April Chooses Pivothead for Little 500

One Day in April is a new documentary about the Little 500 cycling race that features some great Pivothead shots. Catch the film's new trailer here: 

“It was so easy to get the riders to wear Pivothead glasses because of how simple the form factor is; it’s like wearing a normal pair of glasses. Nobody would let us use GoPros on their bikes because they didn’t want it to affect their riding. Pivotheads provided the perfect solution for us PERIOD. The footage we got from the glasses was key to experiencing the race like the riders do.”

--Thomas Miller, Director of One Day in April

 

Dallas Cowboys’ own Jason Garrett Coaches Walkthrough with Pivotheads

Check out Dallas Cowboys' Offensive Coordinator, Jason Garrett, capture behind-the-scenes, true POV footage of the morning walkthough with Pivotheads.

Pivotheads are ideal for capturing footage that can later be used for coaching and training footage. Coaches and players can have a new angle (their own perspective) to review plays or even indulge their fans with unique on-the-field footage.

 

ESPN Goes Point-of-View with Pivothead.

ESPN Goes Point-of-View with Pivothead.

As the Wichita State men’s basketball team put the finishing touches on a perfect 31-0 regular season with a home win over Missouri State on Saturday night, ESPN decided to chronicle the event in an entirely new way.

Homeless Lottery Winner - True Generosity + True POV

Homeless Lottery Winner - True Generosity + True POV

Over the weekend, donors across the country emptied their pockets for Eric, a homeless man who brought YouTube prankster Magic of Rahat to tears in selfless moment of generosity and joy. Pivothead captured it all.

iJustine Features Pivothead on Hardwired

iJustine Features Pivothead on Hardwired

On episode 4 of Hardwired iJustine channels her inner Jason Bourne and dives into the world of spytech, exporing emerging privacy issues associated with the emergence of wearable video technologies (featuring a pair of Pivothead Aurora's.)

The Jockey - A New York Times interactive essay

The Jockey - A New York Times interactive essay

The Jockey full interactive essay by The New York Times is published and it's even better than expected. See never-before-seen footage of championship horse-racing from the True Point-of-View of jockey legend Russell Baze.