In the drone light show, a group of drones are lighted, synchronised, and choreographed to create unique aerial designs. Almost any sky view may be duplicated by computer software, which translates the photos into flight directions and sends them to the drone.
Drone displays have progressed from academic labs to large-scale displays at major events throughout the world in recent years. Growing GDP and urbanisation raise local residents’ standard of life, propelling the drone light show industry ahead.
These drone light displays are growing increasingly popular as a consequence of the unique use of drone technology to produce entertainment value that is not harmful to the environment, does not cause noise or sound pollution, and has the same impact on the audience viewing the performance.
Drone light shows are being used as a major tourist attraction in major tourist sites throughout the world, which is fueling the drone light show industry.
The Global Drone Light Shows Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
At the Audi A8L new product launch conference, High Great employed 500 drones for the first time to highlight the new A8L’s capabilities and propagate the brand’s value and culture, as well as making the event more technologically and visually appealing.
The entire number of impressions on the internet has reached 83.5 million; the total number of views has surpassed 10 million; there have been over 240,000 interactions.
The 500 drones build a 3D new A8L automobile model that spins gently in the air, demonstrating and revealing all of the new product’s features.
500 drones form Audi’s eye-catching headlights and backlights graph to dramatic music, demonstrating Audi’s unique design and outstanding lighting technology to the audience.
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