Saturday, October 17, 2015

Shanghaî Disneyland Tomorrowland New High-Res Artworks

Today's Shanghaî Disneyland update will show you new renderings for SDL Tomorrowland. All of them - as well as the Mickey Avenue visuals posted yesterday - are coming from the new Shanghaî Disneyland page. We'll start with this new Buzz Lightyear Planet Rescue rendering, and i repost below the one released recently.

And here is a great WDI video showing the inside of the ride!

Next are two new renderings for Jet Packs, including a night lighting version of the previous one released that i also repost below.

We also have a great high-res file of the artwork showing the TRON Lightcycles Power Run boarding room.

Three pictures - most probably shot at HKDL where the attraction also exist - for the Stitch Encounter attraction also have been released and here they are.

All pictures: copyright Disney - Shendi


Brandon Piazza said...

Hi Alain! I'm so thrilled to have u back in action. Your blog is the highlight to my day! 2 questions! From the photos it doesn't look like the astro orbiter is gonna be like the inverted jet pack that disney patented a while back! Am I wrong? Also are any of your followers planning a trip next year to go to the park. I was planning on going alone but thought it'd be funny to go with other disney theme park enthusiasts?

Alain Littaye said...

Honestly Brandon, i have no idea if it's the same Jet Packs than on the WDI patent a while ago. What i'd like to know is if the seats are going to tilt forward ( to the ground ) or stay in the same position which basically would make of Jet Packs only an Orbitron with the legs in the vacuum.
I'm sure plenty of Disney fans will go to visit SDL but only them knows when!

K. Martinez said...

I don't care for the any of the Tomorrowlands that have been designed and built outside the United States as well the latest Tomorrowlands at Disneyland, Anaheim and Walt Disney World. They all lack the level of kinetic energy that Disneyland's "Tomorrowland 1967" was famous for. For those of us who experienced that Tomorrowland everything else has been less than impressive. This seems no different.