Raised The Hyundai Genesis luxury car brand made a sensation in Shanghai on March 29, as the evening sky lit up by thousands of drones in a display to celebrate the brand’s official entry into the Chinese market.
The brand used 3,281 drones to create its logo over the Shanghai city skyline, and Genesis set a Guinness record for the largest number of unmanned airborne vehicles at a time, according to a press release from the brand.
The drone display provided a graphic narration of the Genesis story in the Chinese market, titled the Genesis, as well as some additional variants of the drone.
The drones have redesigned the G80 and GV80, the brand’s most popular models it just unveiled for its new Chinese market.
The Genesis brand number beats the previous record held by Damoda Intelligent Control Technology, which used 3,051 drones at the September 20 show.
Intel set a record for 1,218 Shooting Star drones to create the Olympic rings over Pyeongchang for the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The company, known for its drone offerings, set another record with 2,066 drones flying in July 2018.
AndDrones have become the go-to tool for people and companies wanting to attract attention.
Such displays typically rely on software to design a sequence of steps and movements that tells drones to form specific shapes while coordinating a squadron to avoid collisions.