“Phineas and Ferb” is one of the hottest shows on the Disney Channel. They’re also hot commodities at the parks, with character meet-and-greets at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and “Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure” at Epcot.
Now, the brothers will be appearing throughout the fall at Downtown Disney’s West Side.
“Phineas and Ferb & YOU: A Brand New Reality” is an augmented reality experience, where guests of all ages will step on a platform and virtually interact with animated versions of Phineas, Ferb, Dr. Doof and Agent P on a screen above.
As many as three guests are invited to stand inside the virtual experience set, and out of 20 randomly pre-determined animation segments, the characters will magically appear to play and dance alongside them. It all happens in a 30-second experience.
But the fun doesn’t end there! Guests may visit a special website to download and share a complimentary souvenir photo of their starring role with family and friends.
The attraction is free to do.
“Phineas and Ferb & YOU: A Brand New Reality” will take place next to Bongo’s Cuban Restaurant.
It will run from September 1 to December 1, 2012. Hours are 2pm to 9:30pm daily.
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