Pic? Video?OMG the colors!! End of Act 1 the colors fade red to blue with the Earth Barge
Are you referring specifically to the new laser enhancements, or will there be changes to other aspects of the show as well? I know you can't get into specific details, but are we looking at (only) new laser enhancements?Wait until the other new hardware installs are operating
There are other enhancements and additions coming both in the short and medium term. Laser and more. Mainly upgrading and replacing existing tech but with some plussing too.Are you referring specifically to the new laser enhancements, or will there be changes to other aspects of the show as well? I know you can't get into specific details, but are we looking at (only) new laser enhancements?
Yes the inferno barge had issues in the fall. It is being worked on.I hope they can get the Pyro barge in check, the last 4 times I have watched the show, 1 time it was out for service ... the other 3 times the pilots lit but no flames ... twice in on week during our October trip. Its such a huge part of the show.
So should we expect any different elements to the show by means of the way shells are fired (directions and such)? Any new pyro types?There are other enhancements and additions coming both in the short and medium term. Laser and more. Mainly upgrading and replacing existing tech but with some plussing too.
The purple scramble comet mines have for the most part of the show's history been as they are now. There were stints over the years of the stars travelling farther and they looked nice.While we're talking about changes marni1971, is it fair to say we've seen the last of the screamers? And if so, was the reason purely environmental concerns? Also, the only other change to the show that I find very disappointing is the substitution for the red flare out pyro. If that's not an easily understood description, here's a photo.
While obviously stills from video can't hardly do any justice, it just seems like that pyro that had such power previously has now become very weak and unimpressive. Was this also an environmental issue, is it a supply issue, and is it possible that they'll ever change it back to how it was?
Does anyone else find this absurd? What type of emissions can a couple dozen shells put out that is so terribly wrong? I know the show goes on 365 days a year, but I can't imagine the pollution (for lack of a better word) from some screamers is any worse than a smoke spewing Disney bus?Yes, the screamers and red bursts have changed to meet environmental levels.
Wait until the other new hardware installs are operating
I had noticed something being up with the waterline mums last Thursday that I couldn't place. Maybe it was the new bursts? Either way, it's scary that people can watch a video and catch such subtle differences. Especially in the two shots before 1000 points of light. Nice catch. When I saw the show on Thurs., instead of the usual single comet which begins the show, there were two, one from AA and one from Canada. Odd.Found this video. Hard to see the lasers, but you can get a sense of some of the new shells. Looks like they finally replaced the waterline mums in Chaos with a product that mimics how the original/1999 effect was. No 'tails' just a very nice and large starburst.
The only really other noticeable shell was two shots that that the Earth Barge torch fires before the 1000 points of light finale. Very glittery, sticks around, and not as tall as the older sort of roman candle effect that they had.