TECHNOLOGIES shown at World Expo 2010 in Shanghai will be used in the city's Disneyland theme park, officials told an international digital media technology forum in the city yesterday.

Disneyland, which is now under construction and will be finished in 2015, will have typical American features along with local characteristics, said officials from Shanghai Shendi (Group) Co, which represents the Shanghai government's stake in the project.

The technology used in the dynamic version of the famous painting "Along the River during the Qingming Festival" in the China Pavilion will be used at Disneyland. Featuring multimedia technology, the dynamic picture features moving figures and was one of the most popular exhibits at the Expo.

"The technology has really improved since then and the display will be more eye-catching and exciting at Disneyland," said Jin Tao, a Shendi official.

LED lights will also be used extensively in the house the mouse built.

Radio Frequency Identification technology, or RFID, used for Expo tickets and the online Expo will also be adopted.

A cell phone payment system is also expected to be introduced for purchases made at the Disneyland theme park.




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