Though I think this is for nothing more exciting than repaving the street (already!), because apparently they weren't happy with the finish.
peter wrote:I'm pretty confused by shanghai Disneyland if I'm honest. It's as if they are trying to fit every idea into the one park, very strange.
Simba 27 wrote:It will be an attraction intence as Crush's Coaster, or it will be more like Peter Pan's Flight, more emotional than thrilling?
dagobert wrote:It will be a dark ride based on Tokyo's Winnie Pooh trackless ride system and it will not be a coaster ride like Crush. So it will not be thrilling or intense. Ratatouille is going to be a desperately needed family dark ride.
sven wrote:The ride vehicles follows a conductor loop embedded in the floor. Imagine a magnet following a metal wire on the ground, like that. That way it looks like the motion is free, and with additional electronics the vehicles can follow different ways through the rooms.
This 'trackless' ride system is achieved not by GPS, as widely rumored, but by a custom LPS (local positioning system). The patented system works by directional data being relayed from a master control computer directly to each individual honey pot car through a complicated matrix embedded within the actual floor tiles. Every few seconds, the master computer generates a random path and ‘steers’ the honey pot in real-time, so as the cars roll through the ride the vehicles are, in fact, being told where to go. Because this system is in real-time, they can maneuver accordingly in just fractions of a second. This also allows for spontaneous yet synchronized ‘honey pot choreography’ with groups of honey pots (as many as 8 in a single show scene) appearing to ‘dance’ with the others, often timed with ‘beats’ in the music. Due to limitless variations possible, each journey through the attraction is unique.
Simba 27 wrote:And finally, sorry if it is a stupid question, but the space between the costume building and Studio Tram Tour's street, isn't a bit too small? Maybe the ride will be shorter than the Tokyo one (and of course, with Remy instead of Pooh).
Well, looks like Ratatoiulle won't be exclusive for long! The concept art of the exterior of the resteraunt is shown in this video regarding Disney's relationship with Asia, and includes the art with new work showing Shanghai Disneyland.
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