If you’re interested in the cool things that video can do for fencing, then you should check this video out.

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This video provides a pretty cool first-person view of fencing. The problem with one of these mask-mounted cameras is the image stabilization. This clip isn’t too bad so the fencer must not have been bouncing too much.

This kind of video really gives the observer an idea of what it is like to be inside the fencing bout. You don’t get the full feeling but it’s a lot more immersive than watching even world cup videos.

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1 Comment

  • Carloslibre, January 16, 2011 @ 1:58 pm

    No video. No link.

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