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From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Michael Ramirez
For many, working from home has become a way of life because of the current environment, and some of our colleagues at Walt Disney Imagineering are no exception. Some Imagineers were able to continue creating many of the attraction’s elements from home, including special effects, lighting, paint work and more. It was certainly a unique approach, but the team adapted and moved this labor of love forward in their new at-home settings.
Check out the video below to see how magic continued to be created from home:
This classic Fantasyland attraction, Disneyland park’s only ride-through princess attraction, features stunning new magic inside and out. Enhanced story details and all-new scenes, combined with state-of-the-art audio and visual technology, help to reimagine how Snow White lives happily ever after. Snow White’s Enchanted Wish will be ready to welcome guests when we reopen our theme parks at a later date.
In case you’re wondering, Imagineers still continued to “whistle while you work” at home.
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