The Astuter Computer Revue | Disney World

Last Updated on: March 3rd, 2023

Here is everything you need to know about Walt Disney World’s Epcot’s extinct The Astuter Computer Revue attraction including history, fun facts, photos and more. I hope you find this listing informative and helpful!

The Astuter Computer Revue | Disney World Description

The Astuter Computer Revue was an attraction located in the CommuniCore pavilion in Epcot at Walt Disney World. The attraction opened with CommuniCore in 1982 and was one of the first computer-based shows presented to a general audience.

The Astuter Computer Revue was a musical revue that featured songs and skits about the history and potential of computers. The show was hosted by a fictional computer named AC-90 and featured a cast of performers who sang and danced while interacting with the computer-generated animations projected onto screens around the stage.

The show was notable for its use of advanced technology at the time, including computer-generated animation, synthesized music, and interactive elements that allowed the audience to participate in the show. The attraction was updated several times over the years with new songs and content, but it remained a popular part of the CommuniCore pavilion until the area was replaced by Innoventions in 1994.

Although The Astuter Computer Revue is no longer a part of Epcot, its legacy can be seen in the continued use of advanced technology and computer-based attractions throughout the Disney parks.

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