The Covid-19 pandemic has fueled a shift towards all forms of online entertainment. However, recent technology developments have allowed for some offline events to continue to be held, such as celebrations to say ‘thank you’ to healthcare and essential workers, risking their lives as frontline responders.
Within a few months, drone shows, which were previously seen as something from science fiction, have rapidly opened up a new chapter in the entertainment industry and let event SMEs continue to survive and develop.
Indeed, launching and maintaining a drone show business has turned out to be both easy and affordable.
Self-isolation has pushed a global wave of drone art shows available for enjoyment remotely. For example, the city of Wuhan in China performed a drone show to pay respect to its residents.
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