An unusual world record has been set in China. It managed to capture the longest animation ever performed by unmanned aerial vehicles.
This happened on December 18, 2020. Stunning photos and videos, as well as information about the fact of the record, were published in February 2021 on the website of the Guinness Book of Records.
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What is known about the show
The idea for such a spectacular show belonged to the EFYI group, which manufactures drones, and representatives of the Chinese University of Tianjin. Together they managed to create a unique “starry night”.
The animation depicted the life of the world-famous impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh. The drones had to generate 12 images per second to be animated.
Drone show in the night sky of Tianjin: video Guinness World Records
The show was attended by drones model Agile Bee II. This device weighs 1.45 kilograms, flies at a speed of 10 meters per second and can stay in the air for up to 38 minutes.
The drones recreated the famous paintings of Vincent van Gogh:
- “Wheat field with cypresses”;
- “Cypresses and two women”;
- “Mulberry in autumn”;
- “Starry Night”;
- “Starry Night over the Rhone”;
- “Blooming almonds”;
- “Bedroom in Arles”;
- self-portrait of the artist.
As the authors of the idea comment
According to Zhang Xi, EFYI’s chief operating officer, animation is a challenge for drones. During previous demonstrations, some images collided with others.
Creating a full-length animation is a difficult challenge for the whole team – both technically and creatively,
“Animation is the best way to tell a story the way you see it,” said the Chinese company’s chief operating officer.
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