For most people, their happiest childhood memories take place at Disneyland.The happiest place on earth is making it easier for visitors to enjoy their day at the Disneyland Resort.
According to nbcnews.com, the “Magic Band” hasn’t been officially announced by Disney, but it has been featured on the FCC, or the Federal Communications Commission, which is in charge of approving “devices that use wireless technology in the U.S.”
The “Magic Band” would be used as a disposable bracelet that would take away the need for different tickets or cards to be used around the resort. It would act as the park ticket, hotel room key, and even the fastpass to rides that allow them.
The wristband would have a microchip inside that would be able to send and receive signals, mostly to be able to check that your ticket is still valid. The band will be able to be personalized, and it can also be thrown away at the end of the day.
Zimbio.com has also reported that guests will soon be able to reserve ride times and check into hotels from home.
Walt Disney World in Florida is testing out similar technology to be implemented into their parks.
Soon enough guests won’t have to worry about carrying or losing multiple tickets or cards, and they will be able to have everything all on one wristband.Disney has not yet announced when the “Magic Bands” will officially be in operation.