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the construction of robots to look like animals (developed for Disneyland)

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Secrets | "IT'S a small world" contains the largest number of Audio-Animatronics figures in a Disneyland Park attraction with more than 275 animated characters, 45 animated toys and 240 animated props.
He helped design and install the audio-animatronics figures for many of the leading attractions in Orlando's Magic Kingdom theme park, including the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, the Tiki Room, It's a Small World and the Hall of Presidents.
Barclay and Lanoil have both paid their dues in the world of acting, wearing suits equipped with audio-animatronics, alongside puppets on soundstages and, now, controlling puppets with the tips of their fingers.
LUCKY the dinosaur, a free-roaming Audio-Animatronics figure.
Highlights include "Cinderellabration" at Magic Kingdom and the first-ever free-roaming Audio-Animatronics figure.
After producing a series of architectural models for Disneyland, he worked with Walt Disney on "Project Little Man," which led to the creation of Audio-Animatronics technology; and Rogers subsequently programmed Audio-Animatronic figures for the New York World's Fair, Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
Audio-Animatronics technology has since become a ubiquitous feature of Disney's Theme Parks and Resorts.
And at Disney's Animal Kingdom, Lucky the Dinosaur is the world's first-ever free-roaming Audio-Animatronics creation.
Forty years ago, audio-animatronics birds chirped for the first time in Disneyland's Enchanted Tiki Room.
From the 1937 Mickey Mouse animated short "Hawaiian Holiday" to the Hawaiian setting of Disneyland's groundbreaking Enchanted Tiki Room attraction, which debuted in 1963 and established the Audio-Animatronics art form, to the inclusion of Disney's Polynesian Resort at the Walt Disney World Resort, Walt often pulled inspiration from the popular islands.
Two years later, the division introduced its breakthrough audio-animatronics technology with singing birds at the Tiki Room at Disneyland, then followed with a variety of exhibits at the New York's World Fair, including ``It's a Small World,'' the Ford Magic Skyway and Great Moments with Mr.