Originally, the Tetris Challenge started last month in Zurich, Switzerland when the police shared a drone picture on social media of two officers lying on the ground, surrounded by the contents of their vehicle. Other emergency and rescue services followed suit, sharing the contents of their emergency vehicle with geometric precision on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Squadrons, Air Forces, Rescue Service Helicopters, … everybody joined the “challenge”. Today, the #tetrischallenge reached a new climax at Transavia France by uploading an amazing picture of the contents of one single Boeing 737.
— Transavia France (@transaviaFR) October 1, 2019
— AirspottersORG (@airspottersORG) September 26, 2019
— Van Thieu (@VanGThieu) September 27, 2019
— AirspottersORG (@airspottersORG) September 28, 2019
— Guardia Civil 🇪🇸 (@guardiacivil) October 1, 2019
— NHV (@NhvHelicopters) September 26, 2019
#Repost from our friends at @airbus_helicopters
Did your hear about the #tetrischallenge? 👾
First responders around the world are taking part in it. They are laying out their gear as part of the challenge! And you? pic.twitter.com/xBfd8dEbIv
— RPMNetwork (@JUSTHELICOPTERS) September 23, 2019
— Menno Boermans (@BoermansMenno) September 14, 2019