Mercedes decided to celebrate the reopening the doors of its official factory museum in Stuttgart to the public by posting on its Facebook account an innovative short video tour shot entirely with drones.
Drone videos have already flooded the internet, for better or for worse. Basically, a video isn’t good because it’s recorded with a drone, it’s because it seems so real and that’s what makes this video good.
From leaning back a little and dreading it so as not to crush any of the museum’s treasures. By the way, the Mercedes brand was born exactly 120 years ago, unfortunately the anniversary is overshadowed by the present pandemic situation. But let’s not deal with that now, but with the factory museum, which can be visited again (with a face mask!) from Friday to Sunday. The Stuttgart museum reopened last weekend and to promote the event, Mercedes posted this video.
This is the message posted by Mercedes on Facebook: On Saturday, 9 May 2020, we will be opening our doors to the public again. But before we do that, we had a special little flying visitor 😉 Initially, visits are only possible from Friday to Sunday. The Museum will continue to remain closed from Monday to Thursday. Reopening is to proceed in accordance with officially prescribed hygiene rules. These include measures for maintaining a minimum distance of at least 1.5 metres between individuals, rules on sneezing and coughing etiquette and restrictions on the number of visitors. In addition, it is compulsory to wear face masks when visiting the Museum (also applies to children from the age of six upwards). See you in Stuttgart, Germany! #MBmuseum
If, like us, you had a hard time believing that there’s absolutely no digital manipulation, effect or animation behind what you see, check out the extra how it was made video below, posted by Mercedes on youtube.