Elon Musk’s brother, Kimbal Musk, purchased Intel Drone Light Shows from Intel as the semiconductor corporation divests some areas that aren’t critical to its main chipmaking business.

Kimbal Musk was reportedly brought to tears after watching a Drone Light Show constructing the namesake “man” of the annual Burning Man event in 2021.

“When Ralph and his team flew the drones, silence descended on the crowd. This was not a light show. This was the ritual we all had traveled thousands of miles to experience. His art took form in the sky. The Man appeared, 800 feet high. He burnt the Man. We all cried tears of joy, sadness, and everything in between,” Kimbal Musk said in a post on Medium.

Nova Sky Stories buys Intel Drone Light Shows

Kimbal set up a new company called Nova Sky Stories to complete the purchase of the Intel Drone Light Shows as he knew he “had to help bring this art to the skies of every city and town in the world.”

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Source: dronexl.co