The dancing, dazzling drones may paint a picture of perfection and harmony for the audience time after time. But both the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics and the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have been the most challenging of all drone lights shows for Intel, Madeleine Ong, Interim GM of Intel Drone Light Shows, tells DroneDJ.
A stunning drone light show by Intel was one of the major highlights of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Opening Ceremony, bringing the city to life with a spectacle that highlighted the unifying power of the Olympic Games. But this wasn’t the first time all eyes were on Intel at the Olympics. They had done this before at the Winter Olympics in 2018. And yet, it didn’t get any easier the second time around.
Both shows were performed on a huge, global international stage before a wide audience, live broadcast stations, and news media. And each came with its own set of unique challenges.
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