You or your assistant sits in the ejection seat, with seatbelts and an optional helmet. Then, the chair is covered in a white cloth. The audience still sees some movement inside. Through air-operated cylinders, the chair lifts up to a height near 10 feet. A count down begins, at the right moment, a super blast of air at the ejection point shoots the cover out into the audience, where you reappear. The ejection seat is equipped with 12 volt lighting system and operated by air pneumatics and high pressure.
It comes with an expanding getaway base.
Movement options are:
hand-control, head-movement, "remove-before-flight" flag drop and very convincing center-poke, which looks like a person sitting in the seat is poking the center of the cloth. All functions are operated by a wired on stage handheld controller.
The simplest description would be "Dekolta Chair on steroids"!!!