With exemptions from the FAA, Intel’s Drone 100 lights up the night sky in Palm Springs, CA in the first showing of the aerial experience in the United States.

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Drone 100 Lights Up the Palm Springs Sky | Intel


  1. These drone light shows look pretty beautiful. It's very much breaking new ground in big art and show entertainment. I read in another article online where I believe Disney have a patent in to use drones in light shows. Perhaps maybe these type of lighting drones will replace fireworks over the next few years.

  2. Equip them with high power lasers and do a pretty (but noisy) display at the Pentagon.  Get rid of the sociopathic automatons that destroy lives and our planet.

  3. They have created what is essentially an extremely low resolution monitor. Think of each drone as if it were, say, 10 pixels. This is like skywriting: interesting but insignificant. Virtual reality, on the other hand, is "the real deal."

    Without Andy Grove Intel seems to have lost their edge. We need faster CPUs about as much as we need more powerful engines in our cars. I suppose Intel should go private like Dell Computer did so that they can lose money for, say, 5 to 10 years while they enter a new line of business. Otherwise they risk becoming "high-tech has beens" like Polaroid or Kodak:

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