Watch 600 Drones Recreate Van Gogh’s Famous Paintings in Dazzling Starry Night Show
The starry Night Vincent Van Gogh’s must be one of the most recognizable paintings in Western art.
The original, a rich and mysterious swirl of oil on canvas, is on display at the MoMa in New York City. But the version that lit up the sky in China? Well, it’s like no version ever seen before.
A local drone production company partnered with Tianjin University to create the light show called A tribute to Van Gogh.
To project the painting into the night sky, 600 drones were deployed, successfully setting a Guinness World Record for the longest animation performed by unmanned aerial vehicles.
The dazzling show lasted 26 minutes and 19 seconds, and the impressive display required high-precision positioning technology to coordinate and synchronize the drones.
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Watch the video and you will see tributes not only to The starry Nightbut also the affirmation of the life of Van Gogh Sunflowers, Mulberry in autumn, Y Wheat field with cypress trees.
(PLAY Guinness World Records video below).
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