I saw this cool effect and immediately thought of Disneyland. Check out the article and make sure you watch the video http://www.engadget.com/2007/08/31/r...aphic-display/
thats so cool
That is so awesome! Can you imagine the plussing this could do on HM? Wow!!
ooo very cool
Woah...that is awesome!
that is SICK. You could easily add that into Star Tours to show off future planets, or the death star (Like in Jedi)
I'm waiting for a little Jedi communicator with one of those tiny spinning mirrors for 3D conversations. WICKED.
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...ahhh it's all done with mirrors.
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Originally Posted by Sambo ...ahhh it's all done with mirrors. But no smoke...........
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I wonder if the guy running is CGI or a real person. It looks very realistic, but would be a pain to film it from so many views.
Wow... That's is amazing.
Please, for the love of Mickey, implement it.
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That is soo awesome.. but i wonder how much money it would take to make these type of enhancements in the park..
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Originally Posted by Giddy4Aladdin That is soo awesome.. but i wonder how much money it would take to make these type of enhancements in the park.. I was thinking exactly the same thing. Can you make an image "full" size? ... and if you can - what does it cost?
I think it would be really cool to have in the park - it's just a question use vs cost.
They've had several of them available for a few years now - most of which are ultra-massive in size, price or both. I guess it comes down to how expensive it is, how much the total cost and training would be, IF Disney would pick it up.
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