Intel presents drone light show over Bellagio Fountains this week


This week, Intel is also powering the Las Vegas Strip's first light show put on drones.

Intel isn't saying what advancements were made to bring the drone show indoors.

Technology giant Intel staged the glittering show over the iconic fountains, in which 250 of its "Shooting Star Drones" formed different shapes in the sky.

The drone market is rapidly growing in the world. The Intel Shooting Star Mini drones will be powered by the new Intel Indoor Location System. The flock of drones flies in the ideal complex formation as they are controlled by an algorithm.

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These mini-quadcopters had LEDs that created an impressive aerial light show. The Shooting Stars swarm could be controlled by a single operator.

"Over time, these models will be used to ingest telemetric data such as steering angle, throttle pressure, braking pressure and more, to understand a racer's driving style and predict their performance on the track", Intel says.

Intel did indeed lit the night sky with the squad of synchronized drones. The brand had debuted at the halftime show at the last Superbowl with its drone-based light shows, seems to have now added a lot more to the latest device. We've seen Intel perform synchronized drone light shows before; past year at Coachella, in Singapore last August, and to promote the Warner Bros. home video release of Wonder Woman (2017) in Los Angeles last September. Each of the drones weighted roughly about 300 grams and could fly up to 20 minutes.

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