Proper daylight fireworks are heavily smoke based products, either rising vertically as coloured tails or exploding in the sky into large plumes of coloured smoke. Daylight fireworks are also noise based and can include material that is designed to crackle and whistle as well as produce enormous bangs and thumps. A common daylight fireworks effect is confetti charges, which can be fired from ground level or fired high into the sky before exploding into big balls of coloured confetti as part of a display. These displays tend to also entail elements of arena pyrotechnics such as mines, comets and flames. They are most effective when they are short and noisy, as a punctuation for an event rather than an actual 5-minute display. When done well, they are fast, dramatic and exciting.