How Disney Designed a Robotic Spider-Man | WIRED

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The stunts we love to watch in movies like ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ usually rely on a combination of green screen, stunt performers, and computer-generated models. Stunts like these can be dangerous, especially when performed live…over and over. At the new Avengers Campus at Disneyland Resorts, radical stunts are being performed everyday by a robotic acrobat. Disney Imagineers Tony Dohi and Morgan Pope sit down with WIRED to talk about how they designed this amazing stuntronic robot.

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How Disney Designed a Robotic Spider-Man | WIRED

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