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  • Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

    So today we're renting out our Wildfire and it made me wonder, how many Wildfires does Disneyland use, assuming they use Wildfires(FYI: a Wildfire is a heavy duty black light). I mean almost every attraction in Fantasyland uses them as well as Splash, HM and RRCS, etc. Those babies get super hot and use a ton of energy, I would imagine they would prolly need AC or fans in the dark rides because of them. So I wonder how many they have, priced at about a grand a piece?
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    Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

    Disney actually uses Chauvet Black Shadow and 4 Foot Black Lights aswell as Wildfyres, the ceilings are not that high up on some of the older darkrides.

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      Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

      interesting
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        Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

        I use these bad boys.

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          Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

          Why chauvet they're such a cheap brand. I have alot of chauvet lighting for my DJ equipment and I really don't like any of them.
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            Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

            :blink: balck lights are cool! but get to my eyes after a while.

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              Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

              Originally posted by The Mad Hatter View Post
              That is really funny. I am here in my office and am trying to hold back the laughter.

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                Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

                Originally posted by The Mad Hatter View Post
                I like that.

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                  Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

                  Some dark ride scenes also rely on simple tube fixtures. You usually find them in intermediate scenes, or in Space Mountain's air gates.

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                    Re: Disneyland lighting *caution* theatre geek-speak ahead

                    I still wish the space mountain air gates changed color for open and closed :P

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