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AirVuz Partners with Intrepid Museum of Sea, Air, and Space …

AirVūz, a video-sharing web site for drone video and images, is partnering with the Intrepid Museum of Sea, Air, and Space in New York City to current a brand new exhibit known as Drones: Is the Sky the Limit?

Here is a trailer for the exhibit ready by AirVuz


The drone exhibit, which opened on May 10 and will likely be there till December three, 2017, explores the historical past of drone expertise, from the earliest unmanned flying machines to superior techniques of the 21st century. A spread of drones, historic artifacts, mannequin airplanes and uncommon movies will likely be on show.  The exhibit programming may also host boards discussing drone-related matters, from investing in drones to the evolution of drone applied sciences and capabilities.

One of the extra attention-grabbing features of the exhibit is video captured by drone cameras within the museum’s “immersion” theater, the place guests will likely be handled to beautiful aerial footage from numerous areas and conditions from all through the world.

The video is offered by drone-flying neighborhood members, together with those that have shared movies by way of AirVūz. The trailer (see under) showcases small parts of the astonishingly stunning views to be proven within the Intrepid theater. The video for each the trailer and the characteristic movie was curated from AirVuz content material creators and movies out there on the location.

“We are proud to be part of this exhibit,” mentioned Michael Israel, founder and CEO of AirVūz. “This exhibit not only demonstrates the amazing potential of drones, but how drones are becoming part of our everyday lives.”

The exhibit, Drones: Is the Sky the Limit? is made attainable by DJI, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE) Foundation, and the New York Council on the Arts. Admission to the exhibit is free with common admission to the Intrepid Museum.

Frank Schroth is editor in chief of DroneLife, the authoritative supply for information and evaluation on the drone business: it’s folks, merchandise, traits, and occasions.
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