Secrets of WDW Discuss Illusions that smell great in the Trivia and Games Forums forums; Ya know it didn't say it in the article, but I bet thats what they use in PhilharMagic when all the food comes out when "be our guest" is being ...
Ya know it didn't say it in the article, but I bet thats what they use in PhilharMagic when all the food comes out when "be our guest" is being sung by Lumiere.
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You know, you're probably right.
whats the difference between their patented Smellitizer and the type supermarkets and other shops use?
that would be really cool to have one of those in your house but then i would always be hungry. i dont think that disney has to fake the smell b/c all the food i have ever had there was delicious and smelled great.
ps maikoda, i was wondering if your sig came from jabberwocky
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The apple pie in Mickey's philhar magic is just about the best fake smell I've ever smelled. I was craving pie sooooo badly after that!
<-This mouse is my hero
<-This mouse is my homeland
<-This mouse is dessert
<-This mouse has my ears!
The smells in phillarmagic are awsome. I like the turkey one.
I agree, they should have a food stand out side of Philharmagic with all of the foods from the show. I bet a LOT of people would be craving them!
I never understood out why the planners at Universal Orlando built CityWalk the way they did. You come out of the parks after a long day and have to climb a relatively steep incline to get back to the parking.
Its probably to trap you into CityWalk to get you to eat in those restraunts instead of spending what you have left after being in the parks all day at some place off of property. Not too mention they use some kind of variation of the Smellizter to draw you into the Cinnabon place......
Originally Posted by SpottyGroundfog
If thats what they want to do, then I'm all for it.
Originally Posted by ultimtmickeyfan
I like the pine smell on the new Soarin Ride in WDW!
I am in need of some Disney magic!!
WDW really is filled with smells? Now, I'm not sure if its just me, but does the entrance to The Land have a smell, too? Everytime I entered that place, it always smelt of earth after the rain... It always seemed TOO coincidental for my likings.
I never noticed that, but probably someone on here will know for sure.
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I wasnt aware supermarkets produced fake smells
Originally Posted by viks
I'm assuming the comment refers to the various air fresheners that you can buy. I do know, how ever, that some stores do employ simple fragrances to entice customers.
Originally Posted by DarGoku368
My guess as to the difference between the Smellitizers and store-bought airfreshners would come down to realism and flexibility of use.
The major difference would be the realism to the smells- most store bought ones don't resemble anything close to their intended scent. The Disney ones are very realistic in scent (to the point that most Guests are fooled into thinking they smell the genuine article.)
Also, another difference I would find between the two is its practicality and flexibility of use. Store bought air fresheners spray a visible mist into the air, not the case with Disney's. Have you ever had complaints of being 'misted' in Main St or in Soarin'? The other major difference would be Disney's ability to control scents. Notice how the scents in Soarin' don't all amass as the ride continues on (I feel that the breezes play a strong part in that!)
It's amazing to think the number of attractions that use scent- the earliest (correct me if I'm wrong) would be Horizons. Then there's Journey into Imagination, Spaceship Earth, Horizons, Main St Bakery... where else? Help me out Triviateers!