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The night sky is a new canvas where champagne glasses clink and bling can blink, according to a Singapore drone company that’s been getting all the views by showing what it can do.

MIRS Innovate are the tech gurus behind a series of trending TikToks showing drones form the shape of a gift box and ring over an open field on Old Holland Road. The company said today it has been deluged with inquiries since releasing the video, which has been watched nearly half a million times in two days.

“We received good response from both individual and corporate clients. Our inbox is full :),” spokesperson Irene Leong told Coconuts.

@sloooms Spoil market proposal 😮‍💨😮‍💨 #singapore ♬ Marry You – Bruno Mars

The firm has no plans for creating a public spectacle, and the display of 100 programmed drones was just part of weekly testing it conducts. It said it does provide drone displays for wedding proposals. 

Such displays take up to two months of planning, which includes designing and testing, Leong said, adding that they also do simple designs such as words, shapes, or logos as well as complex creations like QR codes.

As for pricing, the company declined to say anything other than it depended on the show’s date and design.

“For the pricing wise, we can’t really give a rough figure as the pricing relies heavily on the quantity of the drone and the complexity of the design,” Leong said.

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This article, This Singapore firm can field a flying robot army for your wedding proposal (Video), originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia’s leading alternative media company.


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