We’ve seen beautiful drone photographs, superior drone movie festivals, and exquisite drone mild exhibits. But this June, a bunch of passionate drone pilots in Colorado will ship one in all the most opulent drone spectacles but: the Drone Dance Show.
“In this high-energy and explosive drone dance show, the pilots will be utilizing 15-20 drones in swarming formations at the centre stage to bring a beautiful collaboration of music, acrobatics, special effects and around 15,000 LED lights attached to the drones to create a spectacular visual feast,” say the organizers. The Drone Dance Show will happen at the Garden of the Gods Collection nation membership and luxurious golf resort in Colorado Springs, offering a backdrop that the finest Broadway set designer couldn’t hope to compete with. The music can be supplied by the Colorado Springs Suzuki Violin Children’s group led by Vanessa White, a proficient violin trainer in Colorado.
Just to make issues extra attention-grabbing – as if it was wanted – a 25-foot remote-controlled scorching air balloon with the face of a large panda will hover above throughout the present.
The present is the brainchild of Csilla Brimer, a Part 107 licensed pilot in Colorado Springs. Csilla got here up with the thought after seeing a video of a drone efficiency set at Mt. Fuji in Japan. To pursue her imaginative and prescient, she began a meetup group to attach with different drone pilots – and the staff developed the idea of a Drone Dance spectacular as a manner of bringing drones into the group to boost consciousness about the use of drones for leisure. This sort of present requires some critical flying talent: members of the staff embody Chip LeMaster, Josh Cuchiara, Ron Knox, Justin Heinlen, Csilla Brimer, Byron Sosa & Sharon Baca Shelton. “The guys are super committed and extremely talented,” says Brimer. “Josh and Charles are both drone pilots as well as musicians, so it crosses both their passions.”
The staff has been creating the present and rehearsing since October. “Being someone who has been fascinated with flight since a young age, of course I had to start flying drones. When I was presented with the opportunity to work creatively and fabricate something new, exciting, and entertaining WHILE meeting other amazing, like-minded people… I mean, how can you pass that opportunity up?” says Josh Cuchiara. “We operate like a think-tank, going over ideas and meticulously working out the details for the show. This is where passion meets process, and the process is so exciting.”
“Our vision about this form of green entertainment is like a giant magnet, pulling us towards the future. It’s about taking inspiration from the world and people around you and creating an exhilarating and impressive form of entertainment for everyone,” says Brimer. “With the drone dance just now beginning to bubble up as a means of entertainment, we saw an opportunity and creative means of uniting as local drone pilots to showcase how drone technology can be used as a unifying force and to impact culture, thereby giving way to new ideas; proving that innovation is sensational and nothing is impossible!”
Proceeds from the Drone Dance Show will assist the Garden of the Gods Foundation, a benevolent undertaking based to assist wildlife preservation in Colorado.