Remember, this is a Disney ride, a video can't accuratly replicate an actual ride on it. And there still some effects missing from the final ride that will be installed before opening. *** Edited 1/16/2006 6:18:24 AM UTC by The Mole***
It took 3 viewings of that to make sure the Yeti was not just on a projector. That thing is amazing. Whoa. And it seems that the backwards part gets some decent speed, judging by the screams. Wow. Just wow.
I haven't watched the video yet because I don't want to spoil it (one more week!), but I've read somewhere that the train hits 50 mph in the backwards section. I have no idea if that's true or not, but that's pretty impressive if it is!
still waiting for it to download. How long did it take all of you. OK they finally downloaded. It can take a while! That looks like it will be a great ride! *** Edited 1/16/2006 7:53:10 PM UTC by Trick Track***
True, but if it's pitch black, then it's pitch black and there wouldn't be anything (or at least much of anything) to see.
The two places where a Yeti is visible, there is enough light that even if the camera wasn't pointed towards the action you'd be able to tell that there is something to look at. Everywhere else that they're inside the mountain, it's pretty darned dark.
There might be more and maybe (highly doubt it) that what I think is a projection is indeed the most fabulous animatronic that the world, or at least the gp, has ever seen.
Still, I'm with Gonch on this one. Although, I wouldn't mind being wrong. :)