High Flying Track for Singapore Games
We manufactured, installed and operated a bespoke aerial system for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 28th South East Asian Games in Singapore.
Suspended from the roof of the National Stadium, the largest single-spanned dome structure in the world, the system included 520 metres of track which curved around the roof 30 metres above the field of play.
The system took twelve weeks to install and commission, running a total of ten carriages designed to fly both performers as well as large scenic items. We also provided a 25 metre long strand of DNA, a key scenic centre-piece that symbolised the creative concept behind the opening ceremony by embodying what unites the human race, whilst also makes each of us unique. Our 3D system was used to enable the DNA to be inflated whilst being rotated and lifted.