Let There Be Drones: MIT researchers develop automated aerial lighting

The future gets curiouser & curiouser. I’m ready for my close-up, Mr. Skynet.

As PetaPixel writes,

The long-term goal here is to allow photographers to use a whole fleet of drones in their work, never having to set up another light again. Just indicate the desired effect, and your little Skynet lighting system gets to work creating that effect and then maintaining it automatically until you move on to the next setup.

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2 thoughts on “Let There Be Drones: MIT researchers develop automated aerial lighting

  1. Hi John,

    Whenever would a photographer need subtle interaction, encouragement or rapport with their model subject?

    They are so passé! A fashion studio with music – so 60s!

    I can just hear John McEnroe…

    Rod

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