I want that.....would be sweet...so I'd never lose an FP again
It looks like it could be used in some really cool things.
Pretty nifty, it'll be neat to see what it looks like when it makes it's way to DL.
If these wristbands are going to be used in place of tickets, then I think APers should get implantable chips so that they can just wave their hands when they enter the park. They would
self-destructbecome inactive when your pass runs out.
Woah...is it just me or is disney starting to become a bit more totalitarian than it used to be? filmore would back me up on this one.
George Orwell would be proud of Disney....;)
Baaaaaaaaaaaaahhh, baaaaaahh. I mean, oh cool.
Thomas Staggs, Bob Iger, Michael Eisner, Jay Rasulo, Meg Crofton and Paul Pressler
themselves, the CMs, and the masses who support them.
Time to reread Brave New World.
I don't find it creepy or anything. It sounds pretty convenient. I'd rather just have the waterproof wristband on and not have to deal with soaked tickets on Grizzly or Splash. It would also be easier to just have my ticket on my wrist and not have to keep pulling them out to park hop.
I was thinking earlier about Photopass and how all of those cards feel like a waste. They kept just handing them to us, and I told them we weren't doing it and they'd say "Oh, no biggie, I have a ton of them." We got so many of those cards it's ridiculous. I also read someones post on here where they mentioned that their Photopass card got swapped on accident. So, this wristband thing sounds like it could be more efficient for things like Photopass as well.
Disposable? I'm not an environment nut by any means, but it just sounds very wasteful to go this way. I'm assuming they can remove the battery, recharge?, melt down the plastic, remold, etc. but I wouldn't be surprised if these ended up in a landfill somewhere...
Well, considering this website (MiceChat) currently has installed 20 Cookies in my browser, it seems no less nefarious nor creepy that Disney wishes to track people within the Parks.