Winter Olympics: Drone arrangement in opening rite was pre-recorded

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Swarm of drones form a Olympic rings during 2018 Winter Games opening ceremony

The fantastic steer of 1,218 drones combining a Olympic rings during a opening rite of a 2018 Winter Olympics was pre-recorded.

Organisers had pronounced that since of “possible frozen continue and clever winds” that partial of a eventuality had been “secretly pre-recorded”.

The International Olympic Committee pronounced it was this footage that was used.

“Due to unpretentious logistical changes it (drone deployment) did not proceed,” pronounced an IOC spokesman.

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The attainment was a Guinness World Record for drones used in a performance.

Organisers pronounced “advanced record was used to form a Olympic Rings, representing humanity’s passion and peace by sport”.

In 2008, a fireworks arrangement used during a opening rite of a 2008 Olympics in Beijing was apparently faked.

Beijing’s organising cabinet (Bocog) pronounced that they used pre-recorded footage for a event.

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