Comments for Inside ‘Transformers: The Ride 3D’, wowing fans with big action and immersive visuals at Universal Studios Hollywood

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    ameryth74

    Thanks for the detailed report! Do you happen to know what the hourly ride capacity is? How many simulators are on the track at a given time? I’m curious as to how fast the line moves, as I’m sure it will be really long for some time to come.

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      Ricky Brigante

      I don’t have any specific numbers but the cars move quickly. Loading is extremely efficient due to the military-style environment the ride is presented in. Guests are rushed into the cars and move away fast, with another car waiting right behind. It’s not quite continuously moving, but very close, with 12 people fitting in each vehicle. The queue is VERY long though with much to look at. I imagine it’s able to comfortably accommodate a 2- hour wait if needed.

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    Jeff Lynch

    It’s still such a shame that Michael Bay directed these movies — and chose to have the robots look so junky. Their faces are so ugly and it’s hard for my eyes to focus on all the CGI extraneous details on their bodies. I wish the robots looked like the cartoon from the 80s and had normal faces and their voices weren’t so deliberately strange. That said, the technology that went into this ride is amazing. I really hope Disney develops something similar. Can you imagine what new dark rides can be created using this tech if applied to classic Disney movies?

    A Tarzan dark ride zooming through the trees?

    A Sleeping Beauty dark ride where you are riding with Phillip as he races through the forest of thorns and the Forbidden Fortress to slay the dragon Maleficent?

    There are so many great possibilities…even a Lilo & Stitch ride where you could be in a boat surfing the Hawaiian waters.

    This 3D tech would be amazing for all of them.

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      Ricky Brigante

      And to think… Spider-Man and Transformers were both developed (in part) by Thierry Coup, a former Disney Imagineer.

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