Have you seen the home-versions of projected lights for Christmastime? They look freaking awful.Why not just project the lights with the lasers they use now for teh nightime shows? That seems like the easiest, least intrusive and the lease amount of maintenance. I may be missing something with having the laser projections on for that amount of time though. Not an expert on that sort of stuff.
Yes. We already have a projection show on Tower of Terror. With the demise of Lights of Winter (sorry horse skeleton) and Osborne (sorry half-decomposed horse), I’d like to keep the Dream Lights as...lights.Have you seen the home-versions of projected lights for Christmastime? They look freaking awful.
I don't mind the projected animations...but to try and use projected lights to simulate actual light bulbs...it doesn't even come close and looks unbelievably tacky.Yes. We already have a projection show on Tower of Terror. With the demise of Lights of Winter (sorry horse skeleton) and Osborne (sorry half-decomposed horse), I’d like to keep the Dream Lights as...lights.
There is quite a difference between a $20 projector and the tech that they are using at the parks. I am in favor of keeping the current lights, I was just offering that up as a potential replacement per the discussion that was going on at the time. Thank you for replying to my comment and furthering the discussion. I truly love this place and the dedication all of its members have on this forum.Have you seen the home-versions of projected lights for Christmastime? They look freaking awful.
Christmas lights will always be more than good enough and is my preference as well. I was just adding to the conversation about replacement possibilities. Thank you for your dedication to this site! Between you and Marni, I am able to stay ahead of most of the Disney news. Have a great rest of your day!I think it would look terrible. They already over-rely on projectors. Sometimes Christmas lights are good enough.
Uh, false. They could easily choose to use this but it obviously got cut from the "too cool" budget. You could even have Mickey shoot them onto the castle and make a whole show out of it!The only way to get to the top of the towers is by crane, so you need the crane regardless of what you think you could mount to those spires. I don't think you can really get at them from the inside to really mount anything permanently. Embedding Christmas lights would make it impossible to power wash, strip and paint. There would be a tremendous about of concrete to drill through and miles of romex to run.
I'm not saying they will do this, just that they could come up with a better solution (than using a crane for 3wks) to something that is going to happen every year.I look forward to reading your proposals when the crane returns in 2020. And 2021. And 2022. And 2023. And 2024...etc.