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Superbowl halftime show used record number of drones

 
 
MPI Instructor and certified drone operator Joshua Bowren

 

Superbowl halftime show used record number of drones - MPI News -  Motion Picture Institute in Troy MI - josh

 

During the Super Bowl 53 Halftime the lanterns you saw flying in the air, were actually 150 drones. The drones were flown live during the performance! It was not not pre-taped as in previous years. A World Record for 150 drones flown indoors for a live performance!

 

Superbowl halftime show used record number of drones - MPI News -  Motion Picture Institute in Troy MI - drown_SB

 

Love & Vodka: An MPI Alumni Feature Film

MPI Alumni, Heidi Philipsen (Class of 2007), launches the kick-off of her feature film, "LOVE & VODKA."   A team of native Michiganders and University of Michigan alumni have partnered with the Ann Arbor Distilling...

Meet MPI's Newest Instructor: Ric Viers

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Alumni Feature: Molade Balogun

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The Lost Art Of The Professional Courtesy

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MPI Graduate with Autism Realizes Dream

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