How Intel Lit Up the Super Bowl with Drones - Energy Watch News


How Intel Lit Up the Super Bowl with Drones

The Lady Gaga half time production incorporated a compelling bit of contemporary technology: In a reportedly pre-recorded sequence, a swarm of 300 tightly coordinated drones lit up the sky, circling around one another in patterns choreographed tightly as anything happening on stage. While Gaga mugged at the camera, the devices came together, forming the shape of a massive American flag. The display came courtesy of Intel, the company that developed and deployed the technology. The company and its collaborators sometimes refer to the individual devices as “spaxels,” a portmanteau of “space” and “pixels.” The system works much like an immensely complicated low-resolution computer monitor. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/technology-innovation/aerial-technology-light-show.html

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