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Disney begins testing optional facial recognition for entry to Magic Kingdom

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Facial Recognition Technology Test

Disney is testing a new way for visitors to enter the Magic Kingdom through facial recognition. 

The test, launched on Tuesday, is optional and will be conducted from Mar. 23 to April 23.

The technology captures an image of a guest’s face and converts it into a unique number, which is then associated with the form of admission being used for park entry. 

Children under 18 must be in the presence of their parents or guardian and have consent before participating.

When visitors enter the park, they can enter through the lane designated for the test program. They must remove accessories, including hats, visors or sunglasses, and have their face mask on. 

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