More MOSI Progress (and setbacks)

So today has been all over the place for me, emotions wise. I went to the new MOSI and was really impressed by the new exhibits. I was able to get more reference photos for the project, and talked with the front desk about being able to take photos inside the old building for my project. The new location is actually right next to the old one, literally 100 feet from it. I also noticed quite a few of the old exhibits sprinkled throughout, with many of them having less functionality than before (ex, a crane control exhibit that used to have three stations, with two operating cranes and one operating a conveyor belt in the center is now just one station with one crane). After returning home, I received this emailI decided to continue working on the project, and plan to make future contact with the staff regarding being able to get into the building, as I want my replica to not just be hollow buildings. Anyway, I’ll upload my new photos soon, and I’ll leave you with a progress GIF for the time being.

 

 

New futureland renovations

Work is wrapping up on the new futureland project, as our two new rides are now complete with audio. On the right you can see the skyline which will open later this year, with new narration audio. In the center is the new Space Journey which is twice as long as the original and now takes you to mars. Finally is Alien Super Shooter, a combination of two former rides into a new survival shooting attraction. Were really thrilled to get this open next week and get everyone’s feedback on the new attractions.

Testing 1-2, 1-2

Just seeing what I can do about making ImagineMC more accessible in the future. At the moment mojang does not offer an official bedrock (The software back-end used to run mobile and Windows 10 editions, among others) server solution, and all other ones are custom-made and won’t work with our current plugins, so sad to say we probably won’t be “better together” anytime soon.

Still feels weird as all ever. This does mean though that the MOSI project will (probably) be downloadable for bedrock editions and java.