A Testament to Technology: Imagineers Use Innovations to Help Build Fantasyland Expansion

Disney Parks released a video a few days ago entitled “Imagineers Use of Innovative Technology to Build New Fantasyland”. As the name suggests, the video demonstrates the significance of innovative visualization technologies, primarily the iPad, that have helped Imagineers in building the Magic Kingdom’s new Fantasyland expansion.

These technologies have allowed for easier and quicker methods of communication between the different departments working on the project, which allows less room for error or miscommunication. Updates in technological resources have made everything generally more convenient, and made the designing and construction a more comprehensive experience all around. Pretty impressive, right?

Previously: New Fantasyland Expansion Concept Art Released

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About Amanda Correia

Amanda is currently living in Los Angeles, finishing up her last semester as a Marketing student at Emerson College. She is proud to say that she is currently interning at the Jim Henson Company, which has been an absolute dream! Emerson has provided her with many great opportunities, such as being Editor-in-Chief of the college yearbook, playing Quidditch, and working as a tour guide. However, Amanda can't wait to graduate and pursue her immense passions for children's educational entertainment, marketing, travel, blogging, and pretending she's a Disney princess! Marketing for Children's Entertainment Blog: http://amandajcorreia.wordpress.com/
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7 Responses to A Testament to Technology: Imagineers Use Innovations to Help Build Fantasyland Expansion

  1. Gaylin says:

    That is so cool! I bet Walt would have loved this technology.

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