What’s the news? Creating new and meaningful memories is what connectivity is rooted in, which is at the essence of Disney Character Clicks – a new, interactive photo experience for Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort and Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort guests.
Powered by AT&T 5G, guests can engage with this complimentary digital photo opportunity via the My Disney Experience app in the lobbies of Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort and Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort. Guests using a MagicBand, Disney MagicMobile Pass or Key to the World card can unlock the experience and link their photos to their Disney account.
Guests can strike a pose next to a selection of their favorite Disney characters, such as Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, dressed in their best Disney100 outfits to celebrate the 100th anniversary of The Walt Disney Company, then download and share the images directly to social media.
Why is this important? With Disney Character Clicks, Disney and AT&T* underscore a joint commitment to connecting others through new and unique experiences. With 5G connectivity expanding, AT&T in collaboration with Disney is able to connect guests through new digital experiences, using rapidly emerging technologies like augmented reality. Whether it’s on-site at Walt Disney World Resort or sharing exciting photos with friends and family across the country, Disney and AT&T strive to connect people and create new, long-lasting memories.
What are people saying? “Disney PhotoPass Service is always looking for new ways to create unique photo experiences for guests to take home cherished vacation memories. Disney Character Clicks combines collaboration and technology to give our guests at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort and Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort a new way to capture memories with some of their favorite characters,” said Dan Hamer-Hodges, director of digital experience of Disney PhotoPass Service.
“It’s always a joy to collaborate with companies like Disney to push the boundaries of our 5G connectivity and use it in ways that directly impact guests in a tangible, positive way,” said Michael Colaneri, vice president of global business, retail and enterprise solutions, AT&T Business. “We look forward to continuing to create memorable experiences with Disney and identifying new ways to enhance the theme park experience through technology.