Intel has this week launched a new programmable drone it has created in the form of the Shooting Star, which has been designed specifically to create entertainment light shows.
Check out the video below to see how Intel used 500 of the Shooting Star drones two create a spectacular light show for the launch of the new quad copter which weighs just 280g.
Intel have worked with the FAA to receive a Part 107 Waiver to fly these drones as a fleet with one pilot at night in the U.S. and have equipped the small drone with a super light-weight structure and virtually limitless colour combinations. Intel explains more :
The fleet is easily programmed, assembled and operated to create beautifully choreographed images in the nighttime sky for an amazing new entertainment experience.
Automate the animation creation process by using an image and quickly calculating the number of drones needed, determining where drones should be placed and formulating the fastest path to create the image in the sky.
For more information on the new Intel Shooting Star Drone jump over to the official Intel press release website for details by following the link below.
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