Discussion in 'Imagineer' started by spacemt354, Mar 6, 2017.
Im mobile right now so all i saw was the graphics haha
You'll have to check it out on desktop. There's quite a bit more
What if it wasn't a dark ride the whole time?
What about making it like Tower of Terror. You fall down the rabbit hole, the car moves through a 5th dimension type dark ride scene, then it fall and rises like a tamer, shorter tower of terror through different scenes. The different drop towers can have different scenes so that every ride is different.
Interesting idea. It was going to be a LPS ride though.
Hm What if we switched the Frozen drop tower with an LPS and made Alice the drop tower instead?
I'm very interested in this pitch! It'd be a great way to incorporate the zany Dr. Strange type scenery!
Was just able to look through the slideshow with audio -- it all flows very well -- I love the music choices for it too!
I personally don't think a drop tower fits Alice. The LPS was a way to reinvent the teacups as a high tech dark ride.
Eh, I think it would be something different though -- especially with the whole "going down the rabbit hole" bit!
And the Frozen ride we have has been in flux from sticking with the IP to going non-IP and so on -- this might be a good way to remedy both attractions.
I'm sorry I feel so strongly about this . It just kinda negates our whole plan to go Wild with it if we just focus on going down the rabbit hole (such a small part of the movie), and a drop tower almost sets the ride into a linear more narrative approach. We could have the first part drop guests down, and then guests could go on a non linear ride through wonderland. Regardless, I feel like a drop tower doesn't suit Fantasyland very well either.
Not necessarily. The drop tower could be one component of the attraction -- technically Tower of Terror is a trackless guided ride, so it would be using similar technology just on a more kid friendly scale.
This was the idea behind the Frozen Mountain, but I actually like it a lot better here. I think it fits.
So could the teacups gather into a room, drop down, and then move freely through wonderland with the LPS design? Wouldn't it be better to give a more slow weightless feeling when going down the rabbit hole like in the movie?
On another note @nelsonj3 I really enjoy these new live videos you're doing! They're very fun!
My idea for Frozen Matterhorn would be dark ride scenes, followed by a coaster chase down the mountain (maybe away from marshmallow). I never understood how the drop tower fit.
I think like @Pionmycake was saying there could be multiple drop shafts so you get a new ride each time. But essentially you'd fall down the rabbit hole (the drop shaft) and that's where all the wacky, zany fun could happen on the attraction.
I'd much prefer to walk through the Tugly Woods in person -- which is why an interactive maze and the queue for the attraction could be highly immersive in its design.
Precisely that's why I say we switch it up!
It's almost baseball season -- so here is one of my favorite comedy sketches
So that's the inspiration for this sketch.
It's inspired a lot of spin-off sketches
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