star trek has always provided a vision for the future, and a new drone light show, which gave fans a great view of the Enterprise from different angles, feels alike. performance grabbed attention on twitter On July 2, a few days before the annual Independence Day fireworks display in the United States, and a debate with them about whether fireworks are a responsible idea given the safety and noise issues they create. And while “Drone Light Show” doesn’t exactly sound like a replacement, taking a look at some lights as they flare up and then fade out of existence doesn’t seem far off.
The Enterprise clip was actually just part of a much larger light show put on by Paramount+ Australia, which means you can watch a high quality video that includes much more than just those few minutes. It also includes tribute Top Gun, South Park, Sponge Bob Squarepants, and other Paramount-branded gifts.
You can watch a bit of the light show below.
Star Trek has a lot of shows on Paramount+, but the return of Enterprise in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds has been the one that fans are talking about the most this year.
Here’s how the streamer described the light show in a press release at the time:
For one night only, Paramount+ partnered with Vivid Sydney 2022 to dazzle audiences with the largest drone and light show ever seen in the Southern Hemisphere. Vivid Sydney is an annual celebration of light, music and ideas that will transform Sydney into a blend of creativity, innovation and technology from Friday, 27 May to Saturday, 18 June.
With the help of Skymagic, Paramount+ turns the winter evening sky into a giant canvas, 600 fully choreographed LED-equipped drones shaped transcribed and synchronized into expansive 3D images and sequences, Shows and scenes from some of the major streaming service’s most iconic stars.
Lighting up Sydney’s skyline, the drone captured quintessential scenes and objects, including a Impossible Goal countdown timer, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds‘ USS Enterprise, SpongeBob SquarePants, Hi!Master Chief and Cortana’s voiceover, paw Patrolchase, top Gunfighter aircraft of South Parkorange-clad Kenny, and the brand new logo for the much-anticipated, crime-fighting local production, NCIS: Sydney,
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