Apart from Lady Gaga’s brilliant skill in singing, this beautiful artist has also introduced some of unique attires that she could carry for branding various fashion designers. On Sunday, she appeared for her latest album “ARTPOP” release party at Brooklyn Navy Yard entirely adorned in a flying- battery run dress called “Volantis” which turned out to be the most radical and unique so far.
The world has stumbled upon one of the most innovative and never before seen high-tech wearable till now, introduced by this wonderfully talented artist who termed it as the “world’s first flying dress.”
This technology is simply a white battery run dress, with 6 propellers facing downwards maintaining a hexagonal structure. All the propellers draw in air from the surrounding and channel it downwards with tremendous force in order to generate upthrust as the wind hits the ground beneath your feet. The upthrust generated from individual propellers is strong enough to successfully lift the wearer above the ground. The wearer remains fully harnessed in her flying dress with her head comfortably supported and her back against a carbon-fibered back support.
This high-tech wearable is also equipped with a radio signal receiver and an electronic circuit that enables the wearer to independently manipulate the propellers.
Even though she termed Volantis as a flying dress, she still considers it a vehicle wearing which she herself will become a vehicle for her audiences.
According to the designers of this dress by Studio XO, the engineers and Lady Gaga herself are still carrying out various tests with this latest only for female wearable.
Lady Gaga announced to the crowd of her party “I wanted to make today about something even more important to me, and that something is the youth of the world… Their minds are just so boundless. They’re just so inspiring.” By that she truly wanted to give something more to herself as well as her audience whose love for her was enormously strong as she flew and landed on stage. She has advertised Volantis, the first flying dress.
Watch this video for knowing how this dress works: