It looks like WiR
By the way, i hope it has true atractions inside the pavilion and not only stores and totems with "mobile" apps.
Why do I get the sense that you're replying in this thread to throw us off the trail that you're really saying this in reference to the mysterious building behind the imagination pavilion in the other concept art?Art can be deceiving. Or more often just used to mask what they don’t want you to see yet.
That's exactly the vibe I'm getting. Looks just like the "Oh My Disney" segment from Ralph Breaks the Internet.Is it me, or does it seem like the design is inspired by Ralph Breaks the Internet? Could we see a Wreck it Ralph attraction here in the future (rather than the rumored Tomorrowland)?
I’m not aware of any mysterious building behind the imagination pavilion.Why do I get the sense that you're replying in this thread to throw us off the trail that you're really saying this in reference to the mysterious building behind the imagination pavilion in the other concept art?
puts tinfoil hat on a little tighter this time
I've clarified the article to make it clear they are two separate things. The Experience Center is a preview center of the upcoming changes. The Play Pavilion is the new area coming to Wonders of Life.Their story is unclear. Okay, it says Odyssey is a new “experience center” then shows a photo of the “play area” without a reference as to where that is, leaving the impression both are one in the same.
So with this Pavilion and Odyssey becoming new things, where with will the Food and Wine festival center go?
Ah ha! So THAT'S what that mysterious brown building is!You know that big lake.....
Although I expect Wonders to still have some space.
If only there was a time and place where that actually happened...I’m REALLY REALLY hoping they incorporate VR & some cutting edge tech into this pavillion. Disney characters aside, having a focus on technology & playing with technology could prove to be fitting & worthy of being in Epcot IMO.