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Artist Creates Miniature Disneyland Main Street Electrical Parade

Mechanizing a Miniature Main Street Electrical Parade from By George, I Think You’ve Got It on Vimeo.

Artist Alex George started collecting miniature Disneyland Main Street Electrical Parade floats a couple years ago.  He then got the idea to take the miniatures, and bring them to life.  He used a whole army of BlinkM’s, some amazing CAD work, a new recreation of Disneyland’s main street, and help from what looks to be a homemade CNC machine.

Anyway, the video is really well done, and the final product is worthy as Disneyland attraction on its own.


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1 Comment

  1. Wow. Awesome project, George!!!

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