Mark McCandlish is an internationally-recognized artist who has specialized in aviation and conceptual art within the defense and aerospace industries for the better part of the last thirty years, serving the needs of many of the top American corporations in this regard.
Shane Seymore was raised in an engineering life from early on in an electrical motor rebuilding/repair business family. Conceptualization, theorizing and application were driven into their beings in an effort to make things work better than originally engineered.
Shane’s father, Darren, engineered and produced a practical and uniformly functional drive system for the automotive industry that PhDs in ME could not produce.
After the passing of his father, Shane resolved the conflicts with the drive, applying advanced science and mathematics to develop what is now called the VCMD.
Gravity gives objects a means of transportation without floating when motion is applied. The VCMD gives objects a means of transportation by providing omni-directional motion both in static and dynamic drive modes through applied science.
Tonight we are going to reveal for the very first time, the VCMD and discuss the technology.