Wanted to make this thread, as it's an interesting thing to talk about. Drones, have been growing more in consumer and technical use; and it hasn't really been used in Theme Park's..until as of the past few years. Notably, drones have begun to be kicking up, as Disney was the first to roll out patents for usage of drones to replace fireworks, as a cheaper and more safe option. And in 2016, Disney used the first version of Drones in a setting around their resorts; with Starbright Holiday's at Disney Springs. Starbright Holiday's, was a collaboration between The Walt Disney Company and the tech giant, Intel; and was met with a mixed reception. As of 2016, outside of moments to where patents have begun to be filed, it's gone quiet for drones in a large scale themed entertainment envionment..until now. Seaworld San Diego has officially unveiled via the recent meeting; a joint-collaboration that's being worked with the same tech giant, Intel for the summer season; titled BrilliantSea Sky Show. Exclusive: B&M Dive Coaster "Mako" coming to SeaWorld San Diego in 2020 The show, if it meet's it's goal, has the potential to be the first time that a massive themed corporation has implemented a drone show inside the park. With Seaworld and Disney looking to a future of Drones, what do you think of the use of this tech in the parks?