DRONE DANCE

DRONE DANCE

Drones have many more capabilities than only shooting on terrorists. Amazon use them as delivery drivers, some drones even protect rhinos and while there spy on celebrities.

Japanese clothing chain BUYMA goes one step further. In the new commercial this brand spectacularly combines two of the most compelling things on the internet: nudity and robots. Drones simultaneously fulfill a role as a dancer and custodian of morals. In the video, two dancers dance naked in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. Still, you can openly view the video at the office, thanks to cover-up drones keeping it decent.

Sheets of paper have been hung from the drones strategically covering the genitals of the dancers. The drones follow every movement of the dancers, making them not only care for chastity, but also be a part of the choreography. The result is a fascinating fusion of art and technology. Perhaps not yet the perfect replacement for clothes. But certainly a stunning and uber-hip way to advertise clothes, if you ask us.

DON'T GROW UP, IT IS A TRAP

DON'T GROW UP, IT IS A TRAP

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