POKÉMON GO Drone Present Lights Up Singapore

There’s nothing higher than assembly up with hundreds of people that love the identical issues as you do and celebrating your fandom collectively. Pokémon fans in Singapore lately obtained to do exactly. A lightweight present made up of a whole lot of drones lit up the evening sky with Pikachu, Corsola, and others. The video beneath begins off with a Poké Ball and covers a bunch of cute Pikachu photos. All of it takes place excessive above the already beautiful downtown Singapore.

Not like a firework present, drone gentle reveals don’t include booms. This one doesn’t appear to have any music so the one noise is that coming from the admire crowd. The gasps and cheers are going down atop the well-known Marina Bay Sands resort. Also referred to as the tremendous swanky rooftop bar seen on the finish of Loopy Wealthy Asians. It’s a panoramic view even on a nasty day. It’s positively the proper spot to miss the drone present twinkling above the attractive Marina Bay and metropolis lights.

A Pokeball drone light show over Singapore

The present was made up of a reported 500 drones and was a part of a Pikachu Week celebration in Singapore. It additionally marked the sixth anniversary of the favored recreation Pokémon GO. It’s not the primary Pokémon drone gentle present we’ve seen. The rising tech additionally led to a Pikachu versus Charizard battle over Dallas earlier this 12 months.

A dancing Pikachu drone light show over Singapore

Beloved Pokémon characters aren’t the one ones getting the drone gentle present therapy. A baseball recreation in Oakland, California hosted a Star Wars one that includes R2-D2, dueling lightsabers, and extra, all set to music from the franchise. Paramount put a present on in Sydney, Australia that includes photos from Star Trek, High Gun, Paw Patrol, and extra. We’ve even heard about private reveals folks placed on, like this Halloween one that includes Ghostbusters and Stranger Issues.

Melissa is Nerdist’s science & expertise workers author. She additionally moderates “science of” panels at conventions and co-hosts Star Warsologies, a podcast about science and Star Wars. Observe her on Twitter @melissatruth.

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