A Drone’s-Eye-View Of A Few Thousand Rabbis In Brooklyn

Can you imagine being the poor schmuck stuck taking the group picture at the International Conference Of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries before the advent of the arial drone? It must have been like herding cats, trying to corral thousands of rabbis from around the globe into the frame of a single picture. Now, though, you just fly a quad-copter a few hundred yards into the air and – click – you’re done, as this video from the latest conference proves:

Look ma! I can see my Rabbi from here (he’s the one in black, with the beard)

Just you wait – In a not-too-distant dystopian future, you won’t find Lubavitch rabbis standing on street corners to ask if you’re Jewish. They’ll do it all, via drone, from a command bunker deep in the heart of Brooklyn.

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