James Trosh makes a music video in space by strapping a toy robot called Edgar to a weather balloon and then sending it into space. Edgar reached a height of over 95,000 feet (around 30,000 metres) before the pressure burst the weather balloon and Edgar was sent plummeting to Earth in a dizzy free-fall. Edgar and the GoPro camera containing the footage of his journey were found in a field 11 miles from the launch site. Both the camera and the robot were fine, though the housing and balloon were the worse for the wear. You can watch the full 2.5 hours of Edgars journey here.
While most GoPro videos are shot by athletes, there are a couple of creative people who are starting to muck about with the hardy little video cameras. If you enjoy GoPro and first person perspective videos, check out these ones on Mayhem and Muse.