GoPro gives us a peek at its Live VR

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GoPro's been very quiet on the Live VR front after announcing the tech back in April. But this week, it's given fans a preview into what its HEROCast wireless streaming tool can do. 

Debuted at this year's NAB conference, Live VR - part of GoPro's custom solutions technology - isn't quite available yet to the general public. 

The video follows MotoGP racer Randy Mamola's son Dakota as he competes on the MotoAmerica circuit. 30 years ago, Randy had tested out the first ever onboard live camera - quite a cute father-son tale, if you ask us.

Given the massive market success of GoPro, we're certain its Live VR will be something to play around with once it becomes widely available. 

A Day in the Life of a Moto Racing Family – Mamolas Pioneer Live 360 VR is available on YouTube, or you can watch the full video below.

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