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Concerts can be boring. Typically, you’ve got an artist on stage singing songs and stuff, and then a bunch of spotlights beaming columns of colour through some fake smoke. But something new is on the horizon, and it’s equal parts creepy and futuristic.
Swarms of artificially intelligent drones are starting to show up on stages around the world. Some, like the ones on Drake’s latest tour, of are tiny flying lights that float above the stage. Others, like a recent Cirque du Soleil experience, featured more complex aircraft outfitted with lampshades that produced an almost ghastly effect. Metallica even has its own drone show. This might sound gimmicky at first, but when you see them live, it’s thrilling to see
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