In November last year, Intel broke its own record for the number of drones flying in one formation, launching 500 UAVs at the same time, but their achievement is no longer relevant. The city of Guangzhou entered the podium of the Guinness Book of Records, where 1000 drones immediately staged a 15-minute night light show dedicated to the Lantern Festival, which traditionally completes the celebration of the Chinese New Year 4715. During the show, all Ehang Ghost Drone 2.0 drones equipped with a color-changing backlight were 1.5 meters apart to avoid a collision, while the total range of the light curtain made up of UAVs was 120 meters in height and 280 in width. Aircraft were controlled remotely from one computer. At the time of the presentation, viewers could see a rooster, a map of their native China and the character 福, embodying the wishes of good luck.