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    It's a Small World

    First Tiny Planet test. Hope to have more to follow.

    - Wolf

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    Flirting With The Redline kf4cln's Avatar
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    I love the concept but watching it made me kinda queasy.
    You see a man and you think you know him, but you will never know his thoughts, dreams or passion, you will never know whats in his head.
    The mans mind is all his, never to be revealed to any one but himself !

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    I can see that. It does have a funhouse mirror effect on some parts. Thanks for watching though.

    - Wolf

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    RiderCoach 10,000 Posts! SoCal LabRat's Avatar
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    I got vertigo just looking at the still image. Sorry, no way in hell I'm pressing the play button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCal LabRat View Post
    I got vertigo just looking at the still image.
    You can get a handicapped parking placard for that.


    Chew on that for a bit...
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    And I’m taking it slow on this test ride. Imagine if I went at highway speeds?


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    Very unique perspective. It's like between the "flat Earth" bunch to Earth from a few million miles away as a small speck. Enjoyed seeing it.
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    Thanks. I’m still testing out the camera, but plan to use it for a ride from Philadelphia to Ottawa, Canada. I am tempted to post it on a few of the Flat Earth society websites.

    - Wolf

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    Your Slipstream video is super keen
    Objects in mirror are dumber than they appear!

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    Hey thanks! It's been in a few film festivals.

    - Wolf


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