Hyundai Uses 11 Cars To Write A Giant Message To An Astronaut
These are things you probably here about and watch in the movies.
Just a few days ago, Hyundai embarked on task which I personally have never seen attempted before and that is writing a giant message that will be visible form from the space. Before even starting on their intended goal they were already facing a huge challenge due to the fact that there is a yellow glow which is usually brought about by the world’s metropolises at night. In addition to that the earth generally tends to look like a blob of brown, blue and green once you reach a few files into the sky.
So let’s get to the whole Hyundai project. For their canvas Hyundai went with a desert and they used the 11 cars to draw their message. Despite the fact that the move was a clever marketing stunt from Hyundai so as to promote their Genesis sedans, it also had a positive side to it as they were passing a message from a 13-year old girl in Huston to her father who is an astronaut who is aboard an international Space Station.
The message from the 13-year old girl was “Steph (a Heart) U.” The message was written across Nevada’s Delamar Dry Lake. Hyundai notes that the message which they had written was bigger than one and a half central parks. Just to prove how huge it is Guinness has certified it as the world’s largest image which has been made by a tire tracks.
That said little is known about the astronaut who the message was for due to NASA’s approach to commercial promotion. One thing is certain though, the astronaut did get the message as it was clearly visible from space.