A couple of days ago, residents of Linz, Austria, saw some dancing lights in the sky in the form of 50 synchronized quad-copters. The show was called “The Cloud In The Web” and was performed by 50 AscTec Hummingbird quad-copters, all communicating via radio. The team which was controlling these ‘lights’ was formed of Ars Electronica Futurelab and Ascending Technologies GmbH.
The show established record for the most number of flying quad-copters at one time; 50 to be exact. The synchronized machines put some decent light-show in sky and amused people by making different shapes and changing their colors. Even the high winds couldn’t affect quad-copters’ movements which was truly remarkable.
Check out the video below: