Hyundai celebrates the arrival of its premium luxury brand Genesis in China. For the occasion, prepare a presentation that entered the Guinness Book of Records for the use of 3,281 drones over Shanghai.
Genesis is Luxurious and luxurious brand Hyundai launched it in 2015. It apparently started with the conquest of South Korea, but it has not yet reached the European market. Meanwhile, Hyundai Genesis has arrived in China and the manufacturer seized the opportunity to prepare Grand sight That dazzles the eyes.
The show only lasted a few seconds, but it was enough for Hyundai to reach the Guinness Book of Records. In fact, 3281 drones In total, they were used to recreate the Genesis emblem in the sky over Shanghai.
The cool Genesis display reinforces the premium side of the brand
Hyundai Showroom Who recently confirmed that discussions with Apple about Apple Car have ended On March 29th. As you can see in the video below that was shared on YouTubeDrones have performed several characters. In addition to the Genesis logo, they have significantly recreated other variations like Hands and cars. The show ended with the phrase ” Hello China Genesis explained in a press release that: “ Stunning visuals are curated to introduce the world of Genesis, presenting a bold storytelling concept while breaking Guinness World Records for the most drones in flight. ».
The record for the number of drones in use at the same time has so far been held by Shenzhen Damoda Intelligent Control Technology, which specializes in precision drone offerings. On September 20, the company realized Presented with 3051 drones. You can see it in the video below. It’s just as impressive as Hyundai, if not more, thanks to the music and effects used.
Drones are making more and more progress. Just a few months ago A hybrid drone broke a record for autonomy in flight of 10 hours and 14 minutes In a static position. In addition to breaking records, they are also used for scientific purposes such as drones Smellicopter helicopter equipped with moth antennas to detect and track odors.
Source : the edge