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Your ideas on Tomorrowland centre Posted 11-4-2002 06:01

 
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2007 4:08 pm    Post subject: Your ideas on Tomorrowland centre Posted 11-4-2002 06:01 Reply with quote

Chad [guest] from Imagination Portal
Your ideas on Tomorrowland centre Posted 11-4-2002 06:01

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The middle open area of tomorrowland seemed every dull when I went there in June.

What would you put in that space, if you had the chance?

ewc from Imagination Portal
Art Posted 11-4-2002 07:25

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I'm not sure what area you're talking about or what coast you're referring to but I would add art work. A piece of art that uses tomorrow's technology to move you today. Young and old would find it user friendly and it would be connected to the world.

Kiosks strategically placed around the sculpture would allow you to add content (pictures of yourself, light patterns, web cam locations, etc.). Certain locations around the sculpture would also allow interaction via body movement.

Commercials from the future could be shown on it; the history channel could be showing important people visiting Tomorrowland before they were famous, while a camera zooms in on a guest.

Cool buttons and gadgets would be placed at knee level for the little ones to push and manipulate resulting in cool noises and water being sprayed.

Later you could log onto a website after your vacation is over and download pictures of the art work when you're proudly displayed on it.

Eric
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