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PHOTOS: Walt Disney World Surveying Guests About Facial Recognition Entry Process

Last month, Walt Disney World began testing facial recognition as a form of park entry. We participated in an optional test ourselves, and have now received a survey regarding the system. Check out our screenshots from the survey below.

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After checking that we did participate in the facial recognition test and how many times we participated, the survey had us rate aspects of the experience.

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The survey asked for ratings based on our initial experience first. We rated total time spent at the entrance, comfort level, ease of use, and overall experience.

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The survey then asked us to rate the same aspects from our subsequent experiences.

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Finally, the survey asked how the test impacted our visit and if we would use facial recognition again.

How do you feel about facial recognition being utilized for park entry at Walt Disney World? Let us know in the comments.

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Chris
Chris
16 days ago

Personally, I’m not a fan. The finger print was quick, but like most people, I wear sunglasses most of the time. It seems like a bit of a pain to remove items from your head just to go into a theme park. The only time the finger print was an issue was if you’re wearing gloves, which is rare in Florida.

Harry
Harry
16 days ago

Socialism

Sean
Sean
16 days ago

I really hope they don’t implement this going forward. I understand what they are trying to do but in my humble opinion they are going a bit too far.

Steveako
Steveako
16 days ago

You have to wonder why Disney wants to do this. They already have finger print securing the ticket media, so why spend money for this extra method? The answer has been seen at other places like shopping malls. Some malls have tried this and when you enter the mall your image is captured and you are given a generic profile “Shopper 1500” and then it tracks the rest of your movements. Later they can generate reports showing things like how long people stay in the mall, how many stores they visit, etc. So is Disney going to track the rest… Read more »

mis
mis
15 days ago

here is my survey response. disney must promise not to sell or give my facial recognition to any other entity. if they cannot promise that simple request to protect my property, then they can go suck eggs!

Anonymous
Anonymous
15 days ago

Why are they even bothering? We’re still forced to wear face coverings and they’re very strictly enforcing it.

Customer Satisfaction
Customer Satisfaction
15 days ago

Facial Recognition is a disgusting, vile, and evil practice that humanity should completely and utterly reject. The future consequences are vast.

justhappy2behere
justhappy2behere
14 days ago

it’s super creepy, i hope it doesn’t become mandatory