On November 15, 2020, Xiaopeng Motors X-Moment 2020 Pengyou Night Inter-sessional Concert was held in Guangzhou Haixinsha Asian Games Park. At the beginning of the concert, the audience witnessed the birth of the new Guinness World Record title— — The largest car light show, with 200 Xiaopeng P7s forming a square array, following the rhythm of the music every second, and the lights are shining, bringing an audio-visual feast.
According to the challenge rules of the Guinness World Records title, the vehicles participating in the challenge need to perform uninterrupted for at least five minutes, which requires the reasonable deployment and precise matching of 200 vehicles.
“We divided the 200-car model matrix into 5 car arrays. Each car array matches the settings of different characters and scripts. Each car array performs differently at the same time, which can be connected and matched to create a sense of linkage. Realize that music can roam freely in a matrix of 200 cars; “Xpeng Motors’ engineers explained,” In addition, how to make 200 cars uniform requires technically achieving time synchronization of 200 cars at the millisecond level through traditional Internet means. It is difficult to achieve. We have overcome this problem based on the self-developed millisecond-level time synchronization mechanism of GPS time and achieved the visual effect of integrating 200 vehicles on site.
“In order to perfectly integrate car lights and music, it is necessary to select and create music suitable for Xiaopeng P7 light language display, and carry out millisecond-level disassembly and light language graphic design for the music to achieve a perfect sound, light, and shadow high integration and Present.”
The original intention to challenge the title of Guinness World Records originated from the occasional romantic thoughts of Xiaopeng Automotive Engineers. From the very beginning, each light “flashed” and “flickered” in the programming language to a series of frame animations. Present, and then to a Xiaopeng P7 solo, and finally realize the multi-car dance. The Guinness Book of World Records does not define success as a conventional one. All challengers are encouraged to walk thousands of miles and break their limits!