look + listen + learnexhibit | the Intel 500 drone light show

from | Intel
January 1, 2020


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The computer tech company Intel put 100 drones in the night sky in year 2015 — and broke a world record. In 2018 they set a new challenge: 500 drones. Watch the newest world record performance in the beautiful featurette below.

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tag line: Together we can do impossible things.

visit | magazine: Intel IQ

Intel IQ | main
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
about | the magazine

The magazine IQ by Intel showcases tech culture — bringing you deeper into the lives of people + the tech they’re using to change the world.

Famous and up-and-coming innovators, makers, and experts — inside Intel + from across the industry — explore how tech is conceived, and how we can use innovation everyday. Each week: we dig into lifestyle, fashion, sports, gaming, health, the maker movement, and more.

source: Intel

about | the company

Intel is the world leader in computer silicon innovation. We develop tech, products, and initiatives to continually advance how people work + live.

Founded in year 1968 to build semi-conductor memory products, Intel introduced the world’s first computer micro-processor in 1971. Our mission is to create + extend computing technology — to connect and enrich the lives of all people.

source: Intel

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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.

on the web | essentials

Ars Electronica | main
Ars Electronica | YouTube channel

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