Disney Is Using Drones to Create a New Type of Holiday Show

first_imgStay on target We pretty much expect drones to be used for surveillance, product delivery, or pawesome filmmaking. But Disney is utilizing drones to make for one of the most magical shows on earth even more magical! Disney World is going to be a home for special drone shows running twice nightly from 7 to 8:30 p.m. all the way up through January 8th. Talk about magical indeed.It’s a show that will feature special twinkling lights in the sky accompanied by holiday music favorites and Disney standards like “When You Wish Upon A Star,” “O Christmas Tree,” and “We Wish You A Merry Christmas.” The drones themselves will form various patterns and eventually gather in the shape of a Christmas tree for maximum holiday effect.Starbright Holidays will feature drones because of their brightness and sense of depth and all of the different shapes they can form while floating in the air high above the ground. It might be a little strange at first to watch, but going from just the pictures alone it looks like a breathtaking placeThe show will take place between Disney Springs and Disney’s Saratoga Springs hotel, and admission and parking are free for Disney guests. The fleet incorporates 300 drones and is the first of its type and scale as far as the United States is concerned. The drones themselves weigh only about half a pound and have LED lights on them that are capable of making over 4 billion color combinations.The show may only last five minutes, but it’s such an awesome and detailed display that it’s definitely going to be worth checking out if you find yourself in the area during the holiday season. As we see drones themselves evolve and utilize additional tech as the years go by, no doubt we’ll be seeing a whole lot more of these kinds of things going forward. UPS Wants to Bring Drone Deliveries to U.S. HospitalsWatch: Drone Captures Great White Sharks Interacting Off Cape Cod last_img

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