Monday, January 18, 2016

Drones Put On A Sky Show To Beethoven's Fifth Symphony

Drones crearte patterns in the sky as an orchestra
plays Beethoven's Fifth Symphony
OK, I'll admit right off the bat that this whole thing is basically an ad for Intel Corp.

But the resulting video is so cool I have to show it anyway.

Back in November, Intel technicians controlled drones using PCs running on Intel software to sync the flight and light displays on the 100 drones as an orchestra played Beethoven's Fifth Symphony on the ground.

This was good enough to earn a Guinness World Record for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously.

The performance video was unveiled, naturally, at CES, which is the big annual technology tradeshow in Las Vegas.

Here's the video:

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