Soarin from Epcot
Where you can take a free-flying adventure across the natural wonders of the Golden State aboard this thrilling attraction.
With the wind in your hair, glide 40 feet in the air as you look down upon the breathtaking vistas of Yosemite and redwood forests.
Soar as high as your imagination over a world of wonders.
New - StormStruck
This 15 minute 4D presentation is located within Innovation East. A Disney stormologist seats 30 buest per showing.
They face two large screens that reveal a surburban neighborhood scene.
Eventually clouds gather,winds build and general bad weather havoc ensues.
Porch screens flip,shingles fly,garage doors buck,utility poles fall,etc.
The damage is extensive,but there's is a little toilet humor thrown in.
"Guests who accept the mission will engage in a one-of-a-kind astronaut experience that launches them into a simulated space adventure -- from pulse-racing liftoff to the sensations of traveling though outer space on a mission to Mars.
The new attraction is the most technologically advanced ever created by Disney.
In association with former NASA advisors, astronauts and scientists, Walt Disney Imagineering developed Mission: SPACE as the first ride system ever created to take guests straight up in simulated flight."
This new attraction at Epcot Center uses new technology, which makes it the first ride system ever created to take attraction visitors straight
up in a simulated flight experience beginning then seats drift back into the launch position of facing to the sky, on your back.
At T - ZERO feel the engines roar, and blast off.
This new ride creates large G Forces, and a tremendous feeling of increasing speed as the craft escapes the Earth's gravitational pull.
In Future World, Disney Imagineers have reinvented "Innoventions," where you can preview the future of technology today in a showcase of the latest products for the home, work and play.
In "Imagination!," a new Future World attraction presented by Kodak, you can journey into your own imagination in a fun ride-through adventure of sights, sounds and senses that challenges guests to increase their I.Q. -- Imagination Quotient.
Also in Future World, Test Track puts you behind the wheel for a taste of the paces that development vehicles are put through at General Motors' proving grounds. Guests zip along at speeds pushing 65 mph in the longest, fastest Walt Disney World ride.
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