Category Archives: Imagineering

Imagineer Joe Rohde offers masterclass on storytelling in three Instagram posts

Not only has Joe Rohde, imagineer and champion of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, posted a terrific photo of a very hard to get image from Expedition Everest roller coaster, he’s provided something of a master-class on creating a back story for … Continue reading

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Disney Research produces adorable BeachBot, Autonomous Beach Artist Turtle-Bot

Many of the wonderful projects to come out of Disney’s vaunted research labs are related to enhancing movie or theme park production in some way (advanced animatronics, safety features, computer animation short-cuts, etc). But this latest product might end up … Continue reading

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Disney Imagineer reveals what it was like to be gay and work for Walt.

At the recent Gay Days at Disneyland, Imagineer Bob Gurr spoke at a special D23 chat titled, “An Intimate Conversation With Disney Legend Bob Gurr.” He also gave an interview to the website Goweho.com where he talked about what it … Continue reading

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A First Look at Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Next-Generation Audio-Animatronics Figures

If you were among the guests invited to the Disney Social Media Moms event out in California, then you were among the first to see this short video from Walt Disney Imagineering highlighting a few of the next-generation audio-animatronics that … Continue reading

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Tour The Art Behind Seekers of the Weird Comic from Disney Kingdoms Series

Geek & Sundry is talking comics in a weekly video podcast hosted by Amy Dallen. Their most recent video looked at “Seekers of the Weird,” a comic series developed by Walt Disney’s Imagineers and artists from Marvel and based on … Continue reading

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