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I'm not sure what to make of this, really. It is an announcement from Tokyo Disneyland about a new 'attraction' opening at Tokyo Disneyland on August 24th, named Goofy's Paint 'n' Play House. But what is it? I'm not totally sure.
"Located in Toontown, Goofy's Paint 'n' Play House lets guests have fun helping Goofy redecorate his room in a unique and toony fashion with what seems like real paint. Groups of guests work together to colorfully paint a room in Goofy's house using special paint applicators called Toontone Splat Masters. These tools are easy to use: guests simply aim at the wall or furniture they want to color and activate the applicators."
It looks like 8 people at a time can go in and "paint" the room, using different themes to boot, such as beach and jungle. Do these Splat Masters really shoot a liquid, or is this a light technology trick of some sort? I'd lean toward the latter. I usually look to other use of technologies on a small scale at Disney Parks before they launch a larger application of a specific technology for hints, but I admit I'm lost on this one.
If anyone knows more feel free to chime in, or I guess we will find out come August!