People watch as Sam Rogers flies in his 'Gravity Jet Suit' at parking area of Zabeel Hall at DWTC on Wednesday.
The UK-based ‘Flying Man’ Sam Rogers delighted the crowds on Wednesday with his unbelievable 'flying in air ability' wearing his Gravity Jet Suit.
The test pilot and design lead at Gravity Industries, Rogers soared up high in the air in his Gravity Jet Suit much to the delight of the crowds at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
Rogers soared up to as high as 15 metres in air in his ‘suit’ to stun the crowds
The public display of the ‘Flying Man’ was a part of the third edition of Dubai World Congress for Self-Driving Transports which began on Tuesday.
Rogers displayed his flying abilities in his self-made gravity suit at parking area of Zabeel Hall at DWTC.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince opened the third edition of the Dubai World Congress for Self-Driving Transport on Tuesday.
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