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bowling alley video
The camera glides across several lanes as balls roll down them
as it enters the Bryant-Lake Bowl & Theater in one continuous image. Before
returning to the patrons enjoying themselves in their separate lanes, the drone
first goes behind the pins and into the interior of the alley, a spot most
people don’t often witness.
Before the camera pans to the bar area, where a few patrons
clink their glasses and one man tries to persuade his friend that he really did
bowl a perfect game, there is video of some of the athletes, including a man
and woman channelling “The Big Lebowski” while debating whether or
not she had her foot over the line.
Bowling alley takeoff video
The drone then moves through the theatre area before making
its way back outside into the alley area, where spectators can watch a ball hit
a pin head-on. Millions of people watched a breakneck tour of a Minneapolis
bowling alley, and even Hollywood was impressed by the pilot’s deft maneuvers.
Wacky bowling alley video
The 87-second film, created by Sky Candy Studios, begins above
Bryant Lake Bowl before soaring into the entrance, making multiple spins around
the lanes, flying up behind the pin-setting equipment, and even passing between
a bowler’s legs. View full video link below. 👇👇👇