Rockettes’ Christmas Spectacular and Drones

Rockettes’ Christmas Spectacular and Drones

“If you haven’t seen the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes, you can probably picture the iconic line of dancers kicking in unison, like a salute to American entertainment from a century ago. Well, this year the show got a surprising update: drones.”

[How a Swarm of Drones Ended Up in the Rockettes’ Christmas Spectacular]

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Just kinda taking a wild shot at this, but, don’t imagine this is what God has in mind when it comes to contemplating the birth of His only beloved Son.

Impressive, yes.

Worth seeing, define worth.

Would I travel to go see it, if it were God’s will.

However, this isn’t what Jesus is about on any scale or concept of what should be considered holy.

The best thing to do would be to stay home, get in a quiet spot, shut your mouth and “listen to Him.”

Then a cloud formed, overshadowing them, and a voice came out of the cloud, ” This is My beloved Son, listen to Him!” (Mark 9:7)

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“The major difference between the Drake drone show and the Rockettes’ drone show is in the sheer complexity of the choreography. Whereas Drake’s drones floated around him on stage during a couple of songs in his set, the Rockettes’ drones are dealing with a lot more moving parts. The Christmas Spectacular is already a tech-heavy show with everything from a 3D video sequence to projections of graphics all around Radio City Music Hall. The introduction of the drones add a more physical component to the mix, since the quadcopters are flying around and above the 36 Rockettes. In order to make this work well, the company rehearsed with the Intel drones weeks ahead of time so that the Rockettes would know how the technology worked and how it would affect their show. Safety, Intel says, is a top priority. Even if a drone were to fall from the sky, it’s designed to be small enough and light enough not to cause any damage.”

[How a Swarm of Drones Ended Up in the Rockettes’ Christmas Spectacular]