The sound of fireworks that used to decorate the sky at certain days seem to be past. That’s because the unmanned aircraft or drones will replace fireworks.
Chief Executive of Intel had predicted drones will replace fireworks someday.
Speaking at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 in Las Vegas, said Brian Krzanich, Intel could redefine the practice of firework or fireworks.
“I see the future, where fireworks and all the risks of smoke and dirt is something to be passed, and they were replaced with a show that has infinite creativity and potential supported drone,” he said.
To prove this, Intel set a Guinness World Record for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones) are the most widely aired simultaneously.
3D light show powered by a 100 drone launched into the air, and are aligned to the live performance of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony. Drones were controlled by four people who were on the ground.
“Once you say drones, people immediately think it is dangerous, but it really is not, they can be wonderful,” said Horst Hoertner, senior director of Ars FutureLab, which builds Drone 100 with Intel.
Martin Morth, chief pilot, said, “This is not always the drone sees you, sometimes drone was looking at you.”