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Interactive Components to Disney Dream Cruise Ship

1 April 2010 No Comment

We’ve heard about the incredible “virtual portholes” on Disney’s newest cruise ship, the Disney Dream, scheduled to sail in 2011, but there are several other interactive components to the ship.

Animated artwork on the walls, which can sense when a guest is present; virtual tilt mazes and interactive kids’ exhibits where children can fly with Peter Pan or ride the waves with Crush from “Finding Nemo;” lounges that change views to different worldwide capitals every day; and other interactive experiences will be available to guests to are lucky enough to board the Disney Dream.

For more up close and personal details, visit this Photo Gallery.

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