Taking flight with light: Canadian startup's dazzling drone displays
An Arrowonics light display is seen in this photo from social media. (@Arrowonics / Twitter)
Published Friday, November 18, 2016 11:11PM EST
Last Updated Saturday, November 19, 2016 12:40AM EST
With the night sky as their inky canvas, a Toronto-based startup is creating dazzling light displays.
Programmed to fly in perfect formation, Arrowonics’ fleet of drones can make everything from familiar shapes to company logos in an array of pulsating colours.
“The sky is really the limit – pardon the pun – and basically whatever you can dream up, we can do it in the sky," Arrowonics’ Everett Findlay told CTV News.
The entire system can be run by a single operator with a laptop.
“We developed special technology so that those drones will communicate with each other, and they make sure that they don't collide,” Arrowonics’ founder and executive director, Hugh Liu, added.
Click here to watch them dazzle in the dark.