In June, the Parr family joined Paint the Night parade at Disney California Adventure with the all-new Incredibles float. This week, Disney shared a behind-the-scenes look at how the electrifying float came together over the course of several months.
Paint the Night parade travels through Disney California Adventure with upbeat music, incredible special effects, and an abundance of lights. The new float inspired by “The Incredibles” and “Incredibles 2” added Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet, Dash, Jack-Jack, and Frozone to the fun.
WATCH – BEHIND-THE-SCENES WITH THE INCREDIBLES FLOAT IN PAINT THE NIGHT PARADE:
In addition to the fun facts scattered throughout the video above, Disney shared the following tidbits about the new float:
- Almost 200 individually programmable lights are included in Frozone’s ice trail, the buildings, and The Underminer’s drill.
- The 13 buildings feature 123 individual LED panels, and only two of them are the same size and shape.
- The “sine wave” curve effect around the rear base of the float was created with 134 fixtures placed nine inches apart.
- One of the buildings features a penthouse floor with 112 individual windows, each with its own LED light source.
If you haven’t had a chance to experience the full Paint the Night parade, you can view it in our video below.
WATCH – PAINT THE NIGHT PARADE FEATURING NEW INCREDIBLES FLOAT:
For more information on Paint the Night, head over to the Disneyland Resort website.