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Bionic Ballerina's captivating LED light dance sequence

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December 17, 2010

Dressed in an outfit featuring LED lights, 17 individual lasers, and ballerina point shoes...

Dressed in an outfit featuring LED lights, 17 individual lasers, and ballerina point shoes, dancer Milena would be right at home on the set of Blade Runner

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Zhantra Entertainment has recently merged dance and technology to create a captivating spectacle. Resembling characters from sci-fi films such as Blade Runner and Minority Report, dancer Milena looks like she has stepped straight out of a cyberpunk future world. Dressed in an outfit custom-designed by Zhantra’s in-house designer, Gustavo, featuring LED lights, 17 individual lasers, and ballerina point shoes, the Bionic Ballerina displays moves that seem to defy the laws of human flexibility.

Milena is a classically trained ballerina, having studied in Russia since she was five years old. Her stage presence and choreography are spellbinding, however you may need some convincing that she's not a replicant.

Bionic Ballerina's captivating LED light dance sequence

Although the Bionic Ballerina costume is not for sale, Melina can be booked for performances through Zhantra Entertainment, a company that provides performers for nightclubs and special events in Miami. Check out her performance in the video below:

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Bridget Borgobello Bridget is an experienced freelance writer, presenter and performer with a keen eye for innovative design and a passion for green technology. Australian born, Bridget currently resides in Rome and when not scribbling for Gizmag, she spends her time developing new web series content and independent cinema.   All articles by Bridget Borgobello
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10 Comments

i gotta say, this is a borderline article... if it weren't for the girl, It'd be a toss.

Samuel Arbizo
17th December, 2010 @ 09:12 am PST

Borderline? Hardly. This is basically a pathetic ad for a stripper with Christmas lights. Gizmag, I'm quickly losing interest in your half-baked articles of late.

Oliver McFishcloud
17th December, 2010 @ 11:27 am PST

Agreed, this is really low quality.

I know a lot of articles here are press releases but this is just lazy ad.

Roomie
17th December, 2010 @ 03:37 pm PST

Cool, a dancing Christmas tree!

Denis Klanac
17th December, 2010 @ 04:42 pm PST

So, what's the difference between a ballerina and a stripper? :)

ImmortalClone
18th December, 2010 @ 05:25 am PST

To all you bah-humbugs... I must have missed the part where someone held a gun to your head and forced you to read the article. The title clearly states what is contained herein. If you didn't WANT to see a LED-clad ballerina, why did you even look at the article?! Not every article has to be so techy that only Sheldon would approve.

Lighten up.

Transcend
18th December, 2010 @ 05:10 pm PST

"Cool, a dancing Christmas tree! "

No! THIS is a Dancing Christmas Tree:

http://www.youtube.com/stiltpro#p/u/38/XLGrnc3NneE

Stretch@StiltWalker.com
20th December, 2010 @ 10:06 am PST

I was only wondering where she keeps the batteries...

SteveO
20th December, 2010 @ 11:52 am PST

I can't believe you guys are bitchin about a scantily clad woman dancing! Hello!!! Did you trade in your gonads for brains? Step away from the computer and get a life! Buy a Harley, go to a strip club, get laid!

Vzon
21st December, 2010 @ 06:39 pm PST

Hmm. Considering the talk-up of the dancer, I expected more than a little display of flexibility and shimmying. She looked bored out of her mind and improvising well below standard. I guess she didn't have much room to move about in, but I certainly wouldn't book her. "Captivating LED light dance sequence" is false advertising.

Von Meerman
1st January, 2011 @ 12:49 am PST
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