They look awesome, more dynamic and versatile than the traditional ones (though I hope the "all mechanic"-kind will still exist in the future). Their skin might look awfully bright, but once in the ride with all the lighting settled right (ie. at 0:38), it's not noticable and blend almost perfectly. Great job Disney!
I didn't really like the projection mapped faces at first, but watching them in the context of the ride, I am very impressed. projection mapping is as of now, about 50% of the work I do. I am really fascinated about where the projectors are placed, what kind of projectors they're using, and what the actual surface is that they're projecting on, lenses, server software, etc.
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