Hyundai Motor’s luxury car brand Genesis used 3,281 drones to create its logo on the Shanghai skyline on March 29 to celebrate the brand’s arrival in China. The Genesis press release stated that this number of drones set the Guinness World Record for “the most unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) flying at the same time”.
You can see a picture of the Genesis logo at the top of this article. Genesis also produced a video showing the configuration of other drones, including a hand, two of the company’s cars and…a twin propeller?
Genesis’s record surpassed the previous record of Shenzhen Dharma Intelligent Control Technology Co., Ltd., which used 3,051
Intel also maintained this record, using 1,218 “Meteor” drones to create the Olympic rings for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.