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Image Works ('82-'98)
At the top of the stairs or the glass
elevator, you can get a great view of Future World through the glass
pyramid. Then enter the Image Works
where you can easily spend an hour or more with all of the fun and interesting
exhibits to play with. The activities are designed to encourage you
to use your imagination. Here is a listing of each exhibit:
- 1. Light Writer: Draw geometric patterns using
laser beams. (Removed mid 80s)
- 1. Figment's Coloring Book: Use projected light
to add color to giant pictures of Dreamfinder and Figment. (Replaced
- The Sensor - "It Know's You're There":
- 2. Rainbow Corridor: A tunnel of neon tubes
light up as you walk past. As you enter, a particular color is
assigned to you and follows you all the way through. When the
next person enters, a new color lights up.
- 3. Image Warp: Moving mirrors produce weird
reflections. (Removed mid 80s)
- 3. Digital Wall: Lights flash while you stand
in front of the translucent wall (which is divided up into small
squares giving it an interesting computer/digital-like pattern).
(Removed mid 80s)
- 3. Mirage Room: The use of mirrors makes it
seem like you can grab onto a three dimensional image of Figment,
but when you try to, you can't because it's a mirage. (Replaced
Image Warp and Digital Wall)
- 4. Stepping Tones: Hexagonal colored spots
on the floor play sounds when stepped upon.
- 5. Lumia: Inside a 7 foot diameter ball, sounds
of different frequencies and intensities create patterns of light
and color. (Removed mid 80s)
- 5. Optical Illusion: A painted scene showing
hot air balloons (including a Mickey balloon and Dreamfinder's
Dream Catching Machine) rotate around a cylandrical mirror. The
balloons are drawn flat and elongated, but when they are reflected
onto the mirror, they appear in perfect proportions. (Replaced
- 6. Dreamfinder's School of Drama: Step onto the
stage and follow Dreamfinder's instructions. Through the use of Chroma-Key
video technology, a background is added into the picture and other
guests can see the finished product. Act out one of these video stories:
"Daring Deputies and the Return of Sagebrush Sam" (Western),
"Acrobatic Astronauts in Galactic Getaway" (Science-Fiction),
or "Enchanted Travelers - Wily Wizard and the Cranky King"
- 7. Making Faces: Your picture is taken and then
you get to alter your face with different hairstyles, noses, ears,
- 8. Magic Palette: Paint pictures of Dreamfinder,
Figment, or the Journey Into Imagination pavilion using a touch screen
and computer controls.
- 9. Kaleidoscope: Large versions of traditional
kaleidoscopes. Rotate the image to create fascinating designs.
- 10. Pin Screens: Giant tables with thousands of
pins allow you to run your hands underneath creating swirls of color.
- 11. Electronic Philharmonic: Conduct an orchestra
by raising or lowering your hands above sensors that will raise or
lower the volume of individual sections of the orchestra. If you go
back and forth fast enough, you can get all of the sections playing
- A: Elevator
- B: Stairs
- C: Escalator Up
- D: Escalator Down
- Kodak International Newspaper Snapshot Awards:
Winners' pictures displayed throughout the lobby
The Image Works closed on October 10, 1998. New exhibits opened on
October 1, 1999, in the new downstairs location.
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