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March 23, 2015 AT 11:06 am

Drones light up dance performance #droneday

Laughing Squid: ‘Shadow’, A Solo Dance Performance That Is Illuminated by Three Synchronized Spotlight Drones

Shadow is a dance piece in which three aerial drones armed with spotlights illuminate a lone dancer. The drones’ ability to hover and make closely choreographed movements allows them to light the dancer from novel angles. The performance gets really interesting about a minute in, when a three-way strobe effect begins. Shadow is a collaborative project by choreographer MIKIKO of elevenplay and programmer/designer Daito Manabe of Rhizomatiks.

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