Disney Springs unveils first-ever light show

- A new holiday light show, which uses drones, is debuting at Walt Disney World.

The "Starbright Holidays" Intel collaboration is the first of its kind at Disney Springs, combining Intel technology with the vision of Disney imagineers.

Three-hundred drones, each weighing less than a volleyball, come together for a Christmas show capable of 4 billion different colors. 

"It was a partnership to try and come up with the most innovative way to inspire and excite our guests," says Disney Springs Spokeswoman Andrea Walowitz.

This experience is exclusive to Disney Springs. The free show is held nightly in December,  and lasts four minutes long.  For show times go to DisneySprings.com.

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