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News Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser coming to Walt Disney World 2021

MurphyJoe

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An interstellar space ship has a giant console with four buttons and a joystick.

It was a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Those screens look like they're from the 70s-80s though. Dragon Crew for comparison.

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TalkingHead

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The bridge just doesn't look like Star Wars to me. I'd be more likely to believe it was supposed to be Star Trek, but really it just looks kind of generic, not to mention cheap.

Hopefully the other areas of the ship, like the dining room, look much better.
How’s it possible that the Mission: Space consoles seem to have more detailing with switches and buttons?
 

MurphyJoe

Well-Known Member
The bridge just doesn't look like Star Wars to me. I'd be more likely to believe it was supposed to be Star Trek, but really it just looks kind of generic, not to mention cheap.

Hopefully the other areas of the ship, like the dining room, look much better.

Speaking of Star Trek and game consoles, the bridge experience was already done by Trek in 2017. And it's a whole lot more than what's being depicted here, but doesn't appear to be too complicated for a tutorial before passengers would take over if it was done during something like a Trek experience.


Launch trailer: Crew roles explained:
 

GimpYancIent

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Never played one but I doubt this a first person shooter game. More like you pick a scenario to run
Agree. All I am saying is all the SW films depict control rooms, control centers, ship bridges etc. with a lot more in interactive things such as toggles, switches, buttons, levers and interactive touch screens. For the guests to interact give them things to interact with and, stand by, immerse into the scenario (whatever it may be).
 

JoeCamel

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Agree. All I am saying is all the SW films depict control rooms, control centers, ship bridges etc. with a lot more in interactive things such as toggles, switches, buttons, levers and interactive touch screens. For the guests to interact give them things to interact with and, stand by, immerse into the scenario (whatever it may be).
But the computers have taken over all that, I'm surprised they let humans touch it at all, much better races of pilots out there or at least a droid.
 

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