A POV (Point of View) is an on-ride video of a roller coaster. A video of this type is typically taken from the front car of a roller coaster train so that viewers can see the track ahead, aswell as the scenery. Many theme parks don't allow guests take these videos unless permission is specifically given by the park, but a video can easily be taken by hiding your camera until the middle of the lift hill, then hiding it again on the final brake run.
|Roller Coaster Descriptions|
|Basic Elements||Brake Run • Lift Hill • Launch Track • Station|
|Advanced Elements||Bunny Hill • Headchopper • Inversions • Pre-Drop • Tunnel|
|Lift/Launch||Lift Hill (Cable Lift • Lift Chain • Elevator Lift • Ferris Wheel Lift • Thrill Lift • Tilt Section)|
|Technology||On-ride camera • On-ride soundtrack • Train • car • Track • Transfer Track • Underfriction • Wheel|
|Other||POV • Queue Line • Rollback • Theming|