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stemikger
05-11-2007, 05:45 AM
I just got news from a reliable source that a new dark ride will be opening in Animal Kingdom of the summer of 09. It will be a very exciting ride and will be simulating the movements of rem tech. It will be dark ring summit tech and the coaster aspect will be floating mech rem.

I am thinking it will have technology similiar to Spider Man in Universal, but better. They said that it will have tech mech not the opposite like Spider Man. I can't believe that they will be able to use mech tech, but they said they already have a patent on it. The only way mech tech will work in a screen setting will be to configure the after part tech and put it in the market tech without the spin and bring it to the center of the car. However, if the center reck tech brings it forward then the opposite tech mech will be unreal. It will definitely be the most expensive and technical ride Disney has ever created.

I'm hoping this is true becuase it will be awesome.

rodkenrich
05-11-2007, 06:21 AM
I just got news from a reliable source that a new dark ride will be opening in Animal Kingdom of the summer of 09. It will be a very exciting ride and will be simulating the movements of rem tech. It will be dark ring summit tech and the coaster aspect will be floating mech rem.

I am thinking it will have technology similiar to Spider Man in Universal, but better. They said that it will have tech mech not the opposite like Spider Man. I can't believe that they will be able to use mech tech, but they said they already have a patent on it. The only way mech tech will work in a screen setting will be to configure the after part tech and put it in the market tech without the spin and bring it to the center of the car. However, if the center reck tech brings it forward then the opposite tech mech will be unreal. It will definitely be the most expensive and technical ride Disney has ever created.

I'm hoping this is true becuase it will be awesome.I hope that you are right. I suppose that when I venture to WDW in July, I will inquire on this subject matter.

ChrisFL
05-11-2007, 06:22 AM
in english please?

Michael623
05-11-2007, 06:45 AM
I think he said they're adding a Tex Mex restaurant to AK. :rolleyes1

EUROPACL
05-11-2007, 07:32 AM
in english please?


Based on a quick look on Google...He is saying that AK is getting a ride based on converting a pistol to a carbine rifle....or something to do with DOPPLER SONAR.

My bet is a new inflatable dinosaur for Dinoland USA and a price hike.

stemikger
05-11-2007, 07:59 AM
Originally posted by Chrisfl
in english please?

Sorry. Here is the version for the liberal arts crowd.

It will be a dark ride with a mech net active blizt up.

The last part of the mech will have a larger screen with tine out delay.

After the basic ball root will bring the simulator out of the track region.

Then it will end with the screen up bit map bringing a basic mech twist on the tech bit blitz mech.

Hope that clears things up.

ChrisFL
05-11-2007, 08:03 AM
ah ok, why didnt you say so the first time? :sad2:

EUROPACL
05-11-2007, 08:09 AM
Sorry. Here is the version for the liberal arts crowd.

It will be a dark ride with a mech net active blizt up.

The last part of the mech will have a larger screen with tine out delay.

After the basic ball root will bring the simulator out of the track region.

Then it will end with the screen up bit map bringing a basic mech twist on the tech bit blitz mech.

Hope that clears things up.



Ahhh...so I was right it is a new inflatable dinosaur for Dinoland USA and a price hike.

BTW I have a degree in CS work in the software industry and have no idea what it is you are trying to say.

Buzz2001
05-11-2007, 08:10 AM
I think he said they're adding a Tex Mex restaurant to AK. :rolleyes1LOL! I love Tex Mex!

doconeill
05-11-2007, 09:15 AM
Ahhh...so I was right it is a new inflatable dinosaur for Dinoland USA and a price hike.

BTW I have a degree in CS work in the software industry and have no idea what it is you are trying to say.

I have a couple degrees in CS and pride myself on knowing lots of useless bits of information, and I swear that everything he said came out of a random word generator I wrote in high school... :)

R.S.Winters
05-11-2007, 10:24 AM
i have no idea what's going on anyway but thot i would post as i sounded funny as hell!!!! hahaha

Frantasmic
05-11-2007, 11:00 AM
It's ambiguous enough rumor info that accomplishes two things:

1. plausible deniability if it gets back to the source

"Who me? I didn't post that on the internets, look how silly it sound."

2. Enough tech coded stuff to come back and say, "See I told you so." whether the new ride is a cool new coaster, a merry go round, or a new dinosaur.

MasterShake
05-11-2007, 01:33 PM
I’ll play your game you rogue

Donald's#1Fan
05-11-2007, 02:05 PM
I was wondering when this info. was going to leak out, I'm just pumped about the tech mech meshing with the screen tech and tine root ball integration, this is going to rock! Thanks for being brave enough to post this, this is going to revolutionize the dark ride industry! :banana:

Miz Diz
05-11-2007, 02:17 PM
Funny joke!

paulh
05-11-2007, 02:25 PM
as its discribed its all ready there,its dinorama
Paulh

Chuck S
05-11-2007, 04:17 PM
Some new Mechey Mouse thing, no doubt.

a1tinkfans
05-11-2007, 07:15 PM
I am afraid to say .....:cool1:

I STILL HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THIS IS....LOL:rotfl2:

RescueRanger
05-11-2007, 07:25 PM
I think it means that Restrantausaurus will be renamed MechDonald's. And they will get a new inflatable dinosaur.:confused3

poohluv2u
05-11-2007, 07:49 PM
I think it means that Restrantausaurus will be renamed MechDonald's. And they will get a new inflatable dinosaur.:confused3

Too funny ... :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

MJMcBride
05-11-2007, 07:57 PM
I still don't understand why there is a Tex Mex dark ride? Does this have anything to do with someone's colon?

Jon99
05-11-2007, 08:00 PM
Will this be part of DDP????

badgerbadger
05-11-2007, 08:28 PM
oh god my side hurt from laughing:rotfl2:

vonpluto
05-11-2007, 09:51 PM
This must be that new Imagineering concept known as Bovine Scatology.:rolleyes1

stemikger
05-12-2007, 05:43 AM
Originally posted by Donalds # Fan
I was wondering when this info. was going to leak out, I'm just pumped about the tech mech meshing with the screen tech and tine root ball integration, this is going to rock! Thanks for being brave enough to post this, this is going to revolutionize the dark ride industry!



Thanks. I feel the same way. I hope I didn't spoil it for anyone, but after this ride, the rest of the industry will have to catch up.:thumbsup2 :rotfl2: :rotfl: :laughing:

maxtomsmom
05-12-2007, 11:47 PM
So if I have read all the posts correctly, my 2 DS will have a dark Tex Mex ride with an inflatable dino traveling through the mysteries of a colon to look forward to on their next trip to Disney. Let's hope they will finally be old enough to make the height requirements. Oh yes, I should expect to pay to $$$ for this thrill seeking ride.:lmao:

doconeill
05-13-2007, 08:06 AM
Yes, it will totally be an upcharge event, for which you will be unable to get a FastPass due to the free Dining Plan.

mitros
05-13-2007, 04:27 PM
Oh wait, I get it now, it's pig latin! {no, not Porky, this is Disney, after all} :sad2:

Tigger By The Tail
05-13-2007, 05:59 PM
Hope that clears things up.


Crystal clear :rolleyes1

Tigger By The Tail
05-13-2007, 06:00 PM
I still don't understand why there is a Tex Mex dark ride? Does this have anything to do with someone's colon?


I think that was in the Wonders of Life over in EPCOT

LJMS
05-13-2007, 08:02 PM
hahahah :happytv: :rotfl2:

airlarry!
05-13-2007, 10:29 PM
I had to double check the date and realize I wasn't reading a revised post from 1998.

This poster must have Outlook reminding him every three to five years or so by my rough calculation.

raidermatt
05-14-2007, 01:43 PM
He's never let us down before.

I find it hard to believe Disney would make this kind of investment, but when stemikger talks, the best advice is to listen.

HarambeGuy
05-14-2007, 07:11 PM
He's never let us down before.

I find it hard to believe Disney would make this kind of investment, but when stemikger talks, the best advice is to listen.

Listening is the easy part. Understanding.... :confused3

BTW, it's not gonna be MechDonald's. It will be MechaDonald, his giant robotic twin (a la Mechagodzilla) whom our hero must battle to save the world (or at least the Mexico pavilion in World Showcase).

Going back to the OP, it looks like a significant amount of attraction design jargon, which I'm not well versed in. But I'll trust that something way cool is on the way :thumbsup2

MrsJackSparrow
05-15-2007, 08:03 AM
Yes, but will the new Tex-Mex inflatable dinosaur colonic adventure also feature the Three Caballeros?:confused3

Sooze
05-15-2007, 09:20 AM
Oh my word... I am in the most boring computer training session of all time... and I just got looked at funny-like because I laughed out loud at this thread. Thanks for making my morning a little less boring!!

MORE MORE!!:lmao:

dreamernowdoer
05-15-2007, 05:49 PM
maybe it's based on pee-wee's playhouse...
"mech-a-lech-a-high-mech-a-hiney-ho":jester:

Squirlz
05-16-2007, 11:11 AM
This post produced with 100% recycled content.

stemikger
05-16-2007, 02:37 PM
I just read this article in the New York Daily News about Mech Tech coming to Disney.

They stated that this is the first time this technology will be coming to family entertainment (i.e. amusements). Before this it was only used in governmental agencies and was thought too expensive to ever have a practical application.

They described it as something once people see and experience it will change the face of the amusement and entertainment industry.

The new ride is said to not only use mech tech but an advanced turbo steam wantan side rule. That will bring forward a very generous about of screen stim and a band meth rem stim on. I'm hoping that too much of a good thing will prove to be a mech rank without the bearings on the side mounts.

doconeill
05-16-2007, 02:49 PM
The more you post about it, the more it just seems like random words being thrown in. The phrases don't match anything relevant in google, and there is nothing on the NY Daily News site that seems to have anything to do with ride technology.

It's been amusing, but until there is something posted in English or a reference link, I will assume that this was a joke from the get go.

stemikger
05-16-2007, 03:52 PM
Originally posted bo doncelli
The more you post about it, the more it just seems like random words being thrown in. The phrases don't match anything relevant in google, and there is nothing on the NY Daily News site that seems to have anything to do with ride technology.

It's been amusing, but until there is something posted in English or a reference link, I will assume that this was a joke from the get go.


Sorry about that, it was in last week's daily news and sorry for all the tech speak. I forget not everyone is into this. Here is a shorter more clear version.

Basically what they are comparing it to is a net of combined areas of the technical aspect of Spider Man ride in Universal. Not in the larger sense of a screen fundamentals, but a more conceise version without the screen and the large ambient lighting.

The Mech Tech is just the way the cars will fly through the dark ride itself. That is where Mech Tech will meet entertainment. It not only will bring a smaller parcel, but it will make it much more smooth and faster. It will bring about a large instrument panel that will play along with the screen.

Think Spider Man in universal on steriods. I'm hoping that don't use the bearings though.

EUROPACL
05-16-2007, 04:45 PM
Sorry about that, it was in last week's daily news and sorry for all the tech speak.

http://www.nydailynews.com/index.html

Please use this link and find this "artlicle" in the archives....their website goes back several years.

doconeill
05-16-2007, 05:15 PM
Sorry about that, it was in last week's daily news and sorry for all the tech speak. I forget not everyone is into this. Here is a shorter more clear version.

Thank you...that was MUCH clearer. Now someone needs to explain to me what's so special about the Spider-Man ride at Universal. Haven't been there in 10 years... :)

http://www.nydailynews.com/index.html

Please use this link and find this "artlicle" in the archives....their website goes back several years.

I couldn't find any way into the archive other than the Search box, and I haven't been able to figure out search terms that come up with any article related to this.

No I did hear a couple weeks ago that Universal scored and exclusive agreement on a tech they plan to use for future rides, which seemed to involve a robotic arm on which the seats would be attached. I'm guessing this isn't it.

ChrisFL
05-16-2007, 06:51 PM
Thank you...that was MUCH clearer. Now someone needs to explain to me what's so special about the Spider-Man ride at Universal. Haven't been there in 10 years... :)

Only EVERYTHING...Spiderman is the dark ride of dark rides, nothing has come close yet.

I could try to explain the technology in it, but you still wouldn't have any idea how good it is until you've been on it!

ParrotBill
05-16-2007, 07:04 PM
I will take a try describing SpiderMan....

Each car has 2 rows of (4?) people, rear row slightly elevated. The car moves in a very fluid way and can rotate fully, as well as tilt about 15 degrees. It moves quickly though a series of sets that combine effective 3d and special effects to make a very high impact interactive experience. A bad guy lands on the front of your vehicle and it rocks forward from the "impact". Then he jumps away - a long way away... your car spins suddenly backward and spidey leaps from the building behind you, over your car in hot pursuit and you spin back around and follow... high energy and breathtaking and I won't spoil the great end effects.

PepeLePirate
05-16-2007, 07:26 PM
Wasn't there a warning about not drinking and posting?

djm99
05-17-2007, 12:48 PM
I just got news from a reliable source that a new dark ride will be opening in Animal Kingdom of the summer of 09. It will be a very exciting ride and will be simulating the movements of rem tech. I am thinking it will have technology similiar to Spider Man in Universal, but better.

Wow - how exciting. Spiderman IS the best simulating 'ride' I've ever been on. Although I like Dinosaur in Animal Kingdom, it just doesn't compare. When I saw Spiderman last weekend, I kept thinking about that ride in Islands of Adventure. This ride is just another reason to visit Disney during the summer of 09. I donít care what the theme ends up being. Thanks OP!!

EUROPACL
05-17-2007, 03:24 PM
Wow - how exciting. Spiderman IS the best simulating 'ride' I've ever been on. Although I like Dinosaur in Animal Kingdom, it just doesn't compare. When I saw Spiderman last weekend, I kept thinking about that ride in Islands of Adventure. This ride is just another reason to visit Disney during the summer of 09. I donít care what the theme ends up being. Thanks OP!!

pssst.... incase you didn't read there is no new ride.

djm99
05-17-2007, 05:26 PM
pssst.... incase you didn't read there is no new ride.

I guess I didn't get the joke.:confused3

EUROPACL
05-17-2007, 05:36 PM
I guess I didn't get the joke.:confused3

There is no joke per say...the OP offered zero details other then made up tech words strung together in a loose babble. He can't even provide the "article" he said he got the info from. AK may very well get a new ride in the next 5,10,15 years....that is hardly a dangerous limb to climb out on though.

stemikger
05-18-2007, 05:42 AM
There is no joke per say...the OP offered zero details other then made up tech words strung together in a loose babble. He can't even provide the "article" he said he got the info from. AK may very well get a new ride in the next 5,10,15 years....that is hardly a dangerous limb to climb out on though.

It is time to let the mouse out of the bag. Although most of you knew it was a silly prank from the beginning, I will tell all those who didn't get my very sick sense of humor in on the joke.

There is no new ride, it was just a joke. It is called double speak. Basically you are talking without saying anything. I train new employees where I work, and I do it to them all the time. I love to see the look on their face when they are desperately trying to understand what I am telling them. I tell them I'm joking of course.

I hope I didn't get anyone's hopes up to high.

Hope you enjoyed the fun.

doconeill
05-18-2007, 07:56 AM
It is time to let the mouse out of the bag. Although most of you knew it was a silly prank from the beginning, I will tell all those who didn't get my very sick sense of humor in on the joke.

There is no new ride, it was just a joke. It is called double speak. Basically you are talking without saying anything. I train new employees where I work, and I do it to them all the time. I love to see the look on their face when they are desperately trying to understand what I am telling them. I tell them I'm joking of course.

I hope I didn't get anyone's hopes up to high.

Hope you enjoyed the fun.

So, you ARE the program I wrote in high school!!!

I figured as much, but a fully immersive simulator ride would be cool...as would a TexMex inside an inflatable dinosaurs' colon, if only that ADRs would probably be available since no one would want to eat there...

mitros
05-18-2007, 04:20 PM
It is time to let the mouse out of the bag. Although most of you knew it was a silly prank from the beginning, I will tell all those who didn't get my very sick sense of humor in on the joke.

There is no new ride, it was just a joke. It is called double speak. Basically you are talking without saying anything. I train new employees where I work, and I do it to them all the time. I love to see the look on their face when they are desperately trying to understand what I am telling them. I tell them I'm joking of course.

I hope I didn't get anyone's hopes up to high.

Hope you enjoyed the fun.

It doesn't seem like a very nice thing to do to new employees. I'm sure they are nervous enough about trying to fit in at a new job, and then you go and do things like that to them. Sorry, I think it's cruel. But that's just me......:confused3

crazy4wdw
05-18-2007, 05:30 PM
It is time to let the mouse out of the bag. Although most of you knew it was a silly prank from the beginning, I will tell all those who didn't get my very sick sense of humor in on the joke.

There is no new ride, it was just a joke. It is called double speak. Basically you are talking without saying anything. I train new employees where I work, and I do it to them all the time. I love to see the look on their face when they are desperately trying to understand what I am telling them. I tell them I'm joking of course.

I hope I didn't get anyone's hopes up to high.

Hope you enjoyed the fun.

Since this was a joke, I'm closing the thread down.