The Cannes Lions 2014 International Festival of Creativity wouldn't be be so creative if there weren't new and exciting things to look at and interact with each year. Just one of the interesting things to check out at this year's festival Twitter's Dronie, a drone that has been sent to capture a different perspective of Cannes Lions.
Over the weekend, the Dronie snapped a photo of Sir Patrick Stewart and it's since been flying over La Croisette to document more of the action, which is then shared on the Dronie's Twitter account. However fun this idea may be, there are still a few kinks to work out, including that the drone keeps getting attacked by seagulls—those poor birds must be confused by the the Twitter bird logo on the flying blue drone.
Twitter's Dronie Snaps Sky Selfies at Cannes Lions 2014
1. Drone Photography - The use of drones for capturing unique and aerial perspectives is disrupting the photography industry and creating new opportunities for creative content.
2. Interactive Social Media - The integration of drones and social media platforms like Twitter allows for real-time sharing of captivating content, revolutionizing the way festivals and events are experienced and shared.
3. Avian Drone Interactions - The occurrence of birds attacking drones highlights the need for innovative solutions to prevent disruptions and ensure the smooth operation of aerial photography in outdoor environments.
1. Photography - The adoption of drone technology presents disruptive opportunities for photographers to capture unique and breathtaking perspectives, especially in the realm of events and festivals.
2. Social Media - The convergence of drones and social media platforms opens up new avenues for engaging users with immersive and interactive content, transforming the social media landscape.
3. Drone Technology - The challenges posed by bird interactions indicate the potential for innovation in developing drone technologies that are more resilient to disruptions caused by natural elements and wildlife.