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Nifty Disney Links!

These links go to some really neat Disney videos, taken with a Tilt Shift lens.  That is a special lens used in Architectural Photography to straighten buildings shot from bad angles.  It can also make things look like models, because there is a limited zone of focus.  These videos of Disney Parks and such make it look like a detailed model that someone has used stop motion animation on, but it is really just video with a slow frame rate, that looks really, really neat!  Enjoy!

A Model Day at the Magic Kingdom:

A Model Vacation on Disney Cruise Line:

Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade 2009:

Take a Tilt-Shift Trip to Disneyland Paris:

A Model Day at Epcot:

~(Look at about the 31 second mark, you can see a Segway Tour going by!)~

Yeah, I know it looks like a Thomas the Tank Engine video, but it is real!

(If you have problems with the video stopping, which I do because I am on an old computer with really old graphics, there are two things to try.  First, as soon as the video starts to load, PAUSE it until the progress bar at the bottom of the picture has gone all the way across.  Then you should be running on a stored video, rather than waiting for it to download as you watch.  The other thing to try is to reduce the video resolution.  On the right side of the video block, under the progress bar you should see some numbers that end in a P (240p, 360p, 480p, and 720pHD).  The higher the number, the better the picture is, but the slower it will run on old computers.  I usually use 360p.  They all run great on my iPod Touch, just not any of my other computers…)

And a Bonus Feature!:

Darth Vader goes to Disneyland:

See?  It pays to look all the way to the end of a Post!

~Curtis in /\/\ontana! {!-{>

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