A YouTube user who was a performer at the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony on Friday has posted a video showing view of the ceremony, as they performed, through a hidden camera in their costume.
"This is footage taken from a hidden camera that I built into my costume (almost invisible to the naked eye) to give a performer's perspective during the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony.
"The footage you see is taken from the Pandemonium Section (Industrial Revolution) just after 9pm GMT Friday 27th July 2012.
"I want to give everyone a taste of what it was like to be involved in such an amazing experience!
"If the International Olympic Committee, or Danny Boyle ask me to take this down then I will fully oblige. The Olympics is for everyone and I hope showing my point of view would be appreciated by those who weren't quite as fortunate as myself to actually perform in this once in a lifetime experience."
The Opening Ceremony was watched by 26 million people.