You don your modified wing suit. You summon your flight deck (a platform of connected quad-copters) to meet you outside at a predetermined pickup point known as Home Clearing. You step out to that spot and your flight deck is waiting for you, hovering a hundred feet in the air. You connect yourself to the cable(s) and the flight deck slowly raises, taking you into the air. As you are dangling on a line with a wing suit, and as the flight array flies it route, you get to enjoy the freedom that comes with being towed while wearing a wing suit. It then drops you off at the Destination Clearing, where the flight deck flies away to recharge. When you are ready to fly home, the flight deck returns to Destination Clearing, picks you up and drops you off right on your feet, back to Home Clearing, then flies off once again to automatically recharge. It lands on a nearby procured roof or flies into a garage.
Completely open source, we wish to create an instructable for this portable one man flying device.
Part Peter Pan flight, part David Copperfield flying, part wing suit aerodynamics, and all electric towing, the flight system can be used to carry luggage on one tethered flight deck, and a human with another. Flights with two flight decks in tandem shall be common place in our skies.
Bright blue or white lights on the underside of the flight deck render the lofted device near invisible, and as the pickup and drop off hover altitude is a hundred feet above your head, the flight deck is effectively quiet. Additional speakers on the underside offer digital noise cancelling. Silent mode on.