Disney has filed a patent for a new gaming device, emphasizing mobility and customization, indicating that it may be working on an innovative gaming device.
While there are already popular mobile gaming options like the Nintendo Switch, Disney seems to be taking a different approach with a wearable gaming device.
The device, which can be worn on the user’s wrist, is larger than a fitness watch and offers a plethora of customization options. It appears to focus mainly on Disney’s lineup of superheroes and may be intended for exclusive use at Disney’s theme parks.
The device can store multiple user profiles and automatically detect a user’s presence to retrieve the correct profile. Each profile offers a range of customization options, including a chosen superhero and its associated abilities, a visual style, a team, a difficulty level, and more.
If the device can automatically detect a user, it could allow Disney theme park visitors to move from one attraction to the next without needing to carry the device. It’s unclear whether this device will be integrated into current attractions or future ones.
As technology continues to evolve, this device could be the next step for theme park interactivity. It might also be sold as an at-home product for users to enjoy various Disney-themed games. However, it’s also possible that the device will never materialize, as companies often file patents that are never used.
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