They are Imagineers. That means they spend their workdays (and probably a lot of work nights) dreaming up and ultimately implementing new attractions for Disney parks and resorts around the world. There are about 1,000 Imagineers, 750 of whom work in Glendale, California, in an office building (once a cosmetics factory) that has tighter security than many government buildings.
They are computer scientists and engineers, architects and graphic designers, programmers, special-effects designers and more -- representing 140 disciplines. Those who work in the Blue Sky Studio are charged with coming up with Disney magic we might not see for 10 years.
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