Intel | 500 drone light show setting new world record

May 7, 2018

about from Intel | Intel put 100 drones in the sky in 2016 and broke a world record. For 2017 we set a new challenge: 500 drones. Watch our new world record performance in action.

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Intel IQ | 500 drones light night sky to set world record
Intel IQ | Drone innovation trends to watch in 2017
Intel IQ | 100 dancing drones set world record

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Well known and up-and-coming innovators, makers and experts inside Intel and from across the industry help us explore how technologies are conceived, how they work, plus how we can use them in daily life. Each week, we dig into fashion, sports, gaming, health, lifestyle, the maker movement and more.

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about Intel | Intel, the world leader in computer silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live.

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video set | airborne drone sky show 
Films on the making of the drone 3D masterpiece.

video 1. | Intel + Ars Electronica

video 2. | Intel + Ars Electronica

about from Intel + Ars Electronica | Intel and Ars Electronica Future explain how they developed Drone 100, a 3D masterpiece and world record of art and airborne technology, using Intel technology to push the boundaries of what’s possible.

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Ars Electronica | Drone 100 • 2016
Ars Electronica | Drone 100: a world record featuring 100 points

Guiness Book of World Records | Drone display sets world record for most UAVs airborne simultaneously