Designing Your Own ‘World of Color’ Show Can Win You a Trip to the Disneyland Resort
When we the first to let you know that Disneyland had launched its fabulous website for World of Color, we also noted that Disney Parks had registered another domain related to its World of Color show.
Although it still appears as though it may not be ready for public consumption, we’d like to be the first to introduce you to the WorldOfColorCreator.com, a site that can win you a trip to the Disneyland Resort. Using Adobe Premiere Express, the site basically allows you to create your own World of Color show using a ridiculous number of options that let you choose everything from the projected animated scene to Disney characters (which you can re-size and position wherever you like), all sorts of colored water jets and water effects, filters and transitions between scenes, not to mention the actual music from the show. You can even upload your own photos to use in the virtual water show. Videos created can be viewed online in the gallery or shared through various social media networks.
Eligible entries must be between 30 seconds and 1:40 minutes and received by July 12. Starting July 26, the top ten videos as picked by the contest judges will be posted to Facebook for open voting. The video with the most votes will win a 3 day/2 night vacation to the Disneyland Resort which includes a Disneyland Resort hotel stay, 3 day park tickets, VIP seating for both World of Color! and Fantasmic!, a Grand Mickey welcome package, a $1000 Disney Gift Card and a World of Color gift basket. One runner up will receive a $500 Disney Gift Card and a World of Color gift basket while the remaining eight finalists will each receive a World of Color gift basket. You must be at least 18 years of age to enter.
Although the site does appear to be fully functional (and fun!), we stress again that it may not be ready to accept your winning entries, most notably because the detailed rules are missing, but we just felt we had to let our loyal readers in on the deal to get in some extra practice time.