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Watch A Group Of Drones Assemble And Decorate A Cake

This is a commercial for Norwegian mobile phone company Telia featuring a group of drones assembling and decorating a cake. They don't BAKE the cake, they just assemble the pieces and decorate it. Now that's how you sell mobile service. It just makes sense. Also, bonus points for using Dinah Washington's 'Destination Moon' for the soundtrack. I love Dinah's voice and I love that song.
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