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Intel made a cool light show using unmanned 100 drones. This achievement was enough to win Intel’s Guinness World Record for the launch of the most drones in the air simultaneously.

To make the show even more spectacular and difficult the drones work seamlessly with live symphony orchestra, playing Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. So the show looks really impressive – illuminating drones fly in sync and move to the music while creating various shapes in the sky.

Intel does not give much detail about how fulfill this light show, but what we know is that the software that is used is developed by Intel. As you can see in the video after the show the drones again landing on the ground, which successfully completed the entire performance.

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