Disney is planning to use drones as part of their theme park shows. Last week, the mega-amusement park filed for three drone patents, envisioning flying robots that could animate giant puppet Disney characters, carry large aerial projection screens or act as floating pixels in virtual fireworks shows.
According to the three recently published patent applications, the first one describes the use of multiple drones that pull the strings on super-large marionettes, moving their limbs. In the second patent application, Disney suggests drones that carry flexible projection screens Continue reading “Drones coming to Disney World”
After the iSquare Mall + Hotel project has been approved by the Orlando City Council on August 11, Abdul Mathin, chairman and CEO of The Blackmine Group unveiled more details on the new development. Mathin said after his company bought the site, he had a vision for the project in 2007. However, Continue reading “Mathin’s Vegas-style multimillion-dollar complex is set to come to Orlando’s I-Drive by summer 2017”
The popular franchise, Alien vs. Predator, has been added as an all-new maze to the 24th Halloween Horror Nights line-up at Universal Orlando, the theme park announced a week ago.
This year is the 10th anniversary of the iconic film and the 35th anniversary of the original film “Alien”. Continue reading “Alien vs. Predator – the new addition to Universal’s 2014 Halloween Horror Nights”
Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts officially opened its first Orlando location just steps from the Magic Kingdom. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on August 1. Guests, local officials and executives attended the event. The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney, set on 26 acres in Golden Oak, is the biggest resort that the brand has opened. Continue reading “The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney officially opened”