When the walls finally open, guests are ushered into an art gallery with paintings that change from normal to “spooky” every few seconds. A simulated thunderstorm rages outside while the grim busts of a man and woman placed at the end of the hall seem to turn their heads in relationship to the viewer’s perspective. The effect, patented by Disney, was achieved by creating a negative image using a mold. This effect was discovered when the eyes in a mask created for the “Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln” attraction appeared to follow the observers. Lighting effects give the illusion of a positive image.

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September 15th, 2014 ☼ 1 note
So happy that we had the pleasure of meeting Hali and Andrew yesterday! ✨ #dapperday
Dapper Day was simply amazing yesterday! <3