By Hannah Rooke
We saw 1,000 drones take to the sky across 11 locations for the coronation, but how can you do a drone swarm display?
Whale drone at the coronation of King Charles III concert
(Image credit: Getty)
On Sunday evening, 22,000 people attended Windsor Castle, and a further 18 million tuned in to watch the coronation concert in honor of King Charles III. Stars such as Katy Perry, Take That, and Lionel Richie all took to the stage alongside a 300-strong choir made of NHS staff, servicemen, and refugees. Even Kermit and Miss Piggy made an appearance.
The event was broadcast from 11 different locations around the UK, including the Eden Project in Cornwall and Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester. At each location luminous drone displays could be seen, taking place as the night fell and the sky provided the perfect canvas. In total, more than 1,000 drones took the skies to form images; anything from bees to whales — even a watering can. Which got me thinking, how does a drone light show work?

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