Now Mickey Mouse Can Be Invited To Talk
During this time, Disney characters who appear at Disney World never voiced
Friends of Mickey Mouse, Disney World - Image Credit E Widi
The uniqueness of Disney characters can amaze all circles of all ages from around the world, especially children will respond with joy to all of their movements. But. Joyous children often do not get the chance to talk to their idol figures, you know, the Disney characters are just silent while occasionally waving or jogging in front of the visitors who want to take pictures.
Walt Disney held various events in the run-up to the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World in 2021, citing CNN Indonesia, October 5, that now visitors at Disney California Adventure introduce gangs of Disney characters who can speak with the visitors.
Children will rejoice, even the accompanying parents will feel the aura of excitement extraordinarily. The excitement of their children can be transmitted to the elderly and it is a moment that is constantly remembered by them.
The group of characters cast there does not include all the characters, say some of them, such as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and Donald Duck, as featured in Lonely Planet, the natural joy of visitors, when Disney characters make a sound as they greet visitors want to take pictures.
This exciting event can invite positive responses from various walks, especially kids who love Disney characters, despite not including all the Disney theme parks that are applying new technology to get the ability to chat with visitors to various other Disney characters.
As presented by the authorities in the playground, Disney California Adventure, "Disney-speaking figures are still in development at some Disney theme parks."
But. Disney fans' patience fans will expect other characters, no longer to wait, other Disney characters will also be given the ability to speak with their visitors, such as Buzz Lightyear and Winnie the Pooh.
As expected by Disney, this new technology can make visitors feel new experiences while visiting Disney's theme park.
Source: Ardita Mustafa - CNN Indonesia, Lonely Planet
Image: E Widi