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Drones have rapidly developed a wide variety of uses: They're now your waiters, mail deliverers, cameramen, spies and bombers. But entertainers?
This fall, the event named "Our World of AIR" promises to amaze its audience with the world's "first drone entertainment show," at Amsterdam Arena, in the Netherlands.
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AIR (2015) has been organized by Fjuze, an event planning service, in partnership with the Royal Netherland's Air Force.
During the performance, there will be no human artists or stages, but Fjuze promises "hundreds of drones" lasers and special effects. The organizers promise its audiences a whirlwind of surprises from elegant ballets to gripping battles and races.
In an online statement, AIR 2015 has promised a "high energy and explosive show" where drones will work alongside a "fusion of music, video, projections and special effects."
"AIR presents extraordinary capabilities and spectacular uses of drones to both Drone fanatics and the general public, to show produce another world of high-end entertainment brought to you where the Drones are the stars" said Klaas Rohde of Fjuze, initiator of the project, in a statement.
The Amsterdam Arena, where the show will take place, has had the likes of Michael Jackson, Madonna and The Rolling Stones perform on its turf, whilst hosting a number of sporting events.
But what about abiding by the latest regulations governing the civilian use of drones? In the U.S., the Federal Aviation Administration have strict rules: no drone should fly faster than 100mph or above 500ft and they may not fly over people or airports. Europe may have softer rules on drone test flights, however, does 'AIR 2015' qualify?
Rohde told AD.nl, a Amsterdam-based news source that the arena's roof would remain closed during the performance, as to prevent any windy weather conditions from affecting each drone's flights.
Furthermore, Rohde added that "the public does not need to worry" about being hit by flying vehicles, as safety measures will be put in place.
Tickets for the extravaganza will be available soon for the public, according to its website.