Take a look at some of most groundbreaking technology from Disney properties.
A timeline looking back at the path of innovation at the Mouse House from 1929-2015.
The Tiki Room opens at Disneyland, introducing parkgoers to audio animatronics (electro-mechanical robots).
Captain EO, one of the first “4-D” films (a 3-D movie incorporating special effects such as smoke and lasers), opens at Disneyland.
ABC airs the first network broadcast in high-definition television, the live-action version of 101 Dalmations.
In an unprecedented deal, Disney makes full-length TV episodes available on Apple’s iTunes Music Store.
ABC becomes the first network to offer ad-supported TV episodes online for free, via its own branded player.
ESPN launches the SportsCenter app, the most downloaded sports app of all time (with more than 55 million downloads).
MagicBands debut at Disney World, allowing guest to enter the park and pay for food using the RFID-enabled wristbands.
Disney stores adopt Apple Pay, letting customers make purchases using near-field communications capabilities on few iPhones