Intel, AWS Light Sky over Intersect Music Festival with Drone Light Show

Intel and Amazon Web Services (AWS) collaborated on a drone light show on Dec. 6 during the Intersect Music Festival in Las Vegas. For the show, up to 500 Intel® Shooting Star™ drones took flight in a choreographed aerial routine set to music by Grammy Award-winning artist Kacey Musgraves. Audiences witnessed a spectacle in the sky of geometric shapes and illustrations of hearts, smiley faces, the Intel logo and more. The drone light show was designed to support and illustrate the lyrics to Musgraves’ song, “Oh, What a World.”

Intel worked with AWS and Musgraves in AWS’s first public music and tech festival to showcase the power and innovation possible when music and technology harmonize. “UPLIFT: A drone light show celebrating women in tech in collaboration with Kacey Musgraves,” featuring drones programmed and flown by a female-led team, was a celebration of women who have advanced technology. This collaboration exemplifies growth and progress within the technology and entertainment industries.

  • Intel Shooting Star Drones light the sky at the AWS Intersect Mu
  • Intel Shooting Star drones flown by Intel’s women-led team dur
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