ORLANDO, Fla. – Animatronic makers give us exclusive access to unveil the latest and most sophisticated versions of popular characters.
2. Creator Aaron Fechter has been syncing music and data for 40 years. But he is now trying to give Dook a rebirth “with highly skilled mechanical engineering.”
3. We visited the Fechter warehouse (full attraction) in downtown Orlando. He showed us the latest, most sophisticated version of Dook which he hopes will master soon.
“So this is a good time to really focus on this,” he said about working on Dook 2.0 during quarantine.
The original Dook is rather limited, relative. “So he can play snares from the elbows. How many drummers have actually done it that?“
The new prototype can be bent at the wrists, shoulders, and elbows. “It might take a month to get the perfect drumroll. After I made it, I wish I could save it as a subroutine. “
4. So when Dook gets a number of improvements, adjustments, and mechanical enhancements throughout the body, Fechter gives an encouraging word to his fans: “If you follow me trying to produce drummers from this person, then maybe you will have confidence in your own project and realize that setbacks are inevitable. “
5. The Fechter workplace is located in downtown Orlando. His public tour was postponed due to a pandemic, but he did have plans to reopen.
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