Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (Star Wars Land) is scheduled to open in Disney World and Disneyland in 2019. One of the flagship attractions of the Lands is sure to be the Millennium Falcon ride coming to both parks. With the exception of a photo of the ride released a few months ago, not much else is known about it.
Until today. NVIDIA, who is collaborating with Walt Disney Imagineering on the development of the Millenium Falcon, has given us a new look into what Guests will see when the ride opens at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
The Millennium Falcon ride will utilize five synchronized projectors that will take Guests on a journey through the planet of Batuu. The photo above shows a sequence created by ILMxLAB. It gives us a look at the total immersion and attention to details that riders of the ride will experience.
According to Walt Disney Imagineer, Bei Yang, the Millennium Falcon will use a “single BOXX chassis packed with eight high-end NVIDIA Quadro P6000 GPUs, connected via Quadro SLI.” Yang says that this allows the designers to “achieve performance unlike anything before.”
One thing is for sure, the Millennium Falcon ride is going to be out of this world!
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Image/Source Credit: NVIDIA
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