Is Disney's Space Mountain comic a primer for their next franchise?

Disney is rolling out their very first graphic novel, titled and inspired by the beloved Tomorrowland ride Space Mountain. Penned by Bryan Q. Miller and drawn by Kelley Jones, take a look at the very first images of the "real-life" Space Mountain. Which, honestly, is nothing like we expected. » 8/07/13 9:40am 8/07/13 9:40am

High-tech robotic head owes a debt to Disneyland's Haunted Mansion

Projection people aren't an entirely new phenomenon, but this Mask-bot — a new yammering robo-visage from German and Japanese researchers — was built to give robots emotive faces and to replace conference calls with talking heads. » 11/07/11 12:00pm 11/07/11 12:00pm

What's happened to Sith Girl? An update on everybody's favorite Jedi…

By now you've all seen the infamous video of little Sariah Gallego publicly pledging her allegiance to Darth Vader in Disneyland. Turns out she's totally legit. Check out this video update on the Sith Girl who won our hearts. » 4/25/11 11:30am 4/25/11 11:30am

The Magic Kingdom And The Strip, United At Last

In a few years, you could take your kids to Disneyland and pick up a hooker in Vegas — all in the same afternoon. The future of entertainment could change drastically if the American Magline Group succeeds in building its maglev express train from Disneyland to Las Vegas, with a top speed of 300 miles per hour. Seen in … » 3/05/08 12:12pm 3/05/08 12:12pm

Robot Theme Parks Don't Need No Stinking Humans

South Korea is spending more than $1.6 billion (!) to build not one but two robot theme parks set to open in the year 2013. They'll only be 250 miles apart from each other, so if you're in Korea you won't have far to go to visit one of these robotopias. That's some serious cash spending for robots going on, and if you … » 11/16/07 12:40pm 11/16/07 12:40pm