Who Says Drones Cannot Dance?

Dancing is probably one of the most popular hobby/skills around the world because it is not that hard to learn and there are plenty of dance genre to choose from. For people who are really fond of dancing may try all kinds of dance, but for those who is only goal is to release some sweat or basically to exercise, there are simple dances such as zumba and many more.

Since dancing is very much popular around the world, various dancing competitions are regularly held many times a year. In this way, people who have a wonderful talent in dancing will be recognized. Dance competition can also be seen as a way for other countries to be united.

I know most of you who are already in the middle part of article think that only people are capable of dancing and joining dance competition. But wait, did you know that technology is also motivated to join such contest.

In 2015, dance competitions for drones are becoming a trend simply because of the unique concept and being open to other ideas. There are performances that do not include drones only. There are people as well and the drones are used for extra effect or impact. This is what’s good about drones, you can use them for entertainment, documentation of important events because these are great for any shoot, and for observation and defense.

In this article, we listed down the top dance performances that include drones:

Shadow

The director of the performance from Shadow is Mikiko. He leads the company to come up with a more artistic dance performances that include drones. In addition to that, they started in the 2009 which means that performances with drones have been existing for more than a decade now. The company is popular for the performance “shadow” which is about the beauty of drones.

Eleven play Performance

This is also a great drones performance. The concept is about the interrelationship of our body and technology. Of course, to further demonstrate, the dancers have electronic devices as their props. Moreover, there are also robots that act like humans.