A few weeks ago it was her own Intel the one that revealed its plans to offer a show in which multiple drones could participate that will move unanimously and fully synchronized. This type of quadcopter was baptized at the time with the name of Shooting Star. Days later a series of rumors were launched that behind this whole project could be Disney, which was testing these drones and their functionality internally at the company's facilities in Florida.
We had to wait until the end of this week to see in videoI'll leave it hanging just below these lines, a show where the spectacular result of the joint work of several drone units is shown. As a detail, tell you that even though the result is more than interesting, The truth is that there are still a few days until Disney begins to show all its work to the visitors of its parks, mainly the one located in Florida to later reach the others. This show has been baptized with the name of Starbright holidays.
Thanks to the work of Intel, Disney will be able to make their project come true Starbright Holidays.
As you can see in the video, it must be recognized that the work carried out by both companies is simply fascinating since it is necessary to know very well where each unit is located with respect to the others to ensure that hundreds of drones can draw shapes in the sky to the sound of music and other effects. As a detail, tell you that, as Intel assures us, we are talking about shows where more than 300 drones can be coordinated.
Finally, just mention that each of the units that make up the Shooting Star squad is made of light materials such as extruded polystyrene. Thanks to this, each specimen has a weight of only 280 grams, weight that includes batteries and multi-color LED lighting systems. To provide them with greater security, each of the drones is enclosed in a kind of safety cage to prevent them from hurting a spectator in case they get close to the crowd.
Further information: Wired