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  • Science of Disney Imagineering

    How can one person hear a sound that the person right next to them can't? Why are we tracking elephants and what are they saying to each other? What happens when you freeze air? Are you up to the challenge of our Roller Coaster simulation?

    This is your chance to find out all the answers, plus interact with Lucky the Dinosaur, ask Finding Nemo's Crush questions, and of course, meet the Imagineers, the scientists and engineers of Walt Disney Imagineering. Get a glimpse of "make-believe" Disney style as the scientists pull back the curtain to reveal some of the chemistry, physics, biology and technology behind special effects, roller coasters, computer simulation, and animatronics!

    Tickets: $12.00

    Saturday, May 31 - Venue: NYU - Skirball Center

    More Info Here.

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