The Director of Disney Parks explains how Hey Disney Voice Assistant lights up our visit

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We were able to chat with the folks at Disney Parks, Experiences and Products about how the Hey Disney voice assistant is about to improve our stay.

As Disney parks and resorts continue to improve, so do the various amenities and features they provide. One particular improvement we learned from the folks at Disney Parks, Experiences and Products was the Hey Disney Voice Assistant app. It’s a hands-free interface that lets you set alarms and timers, check the weather, control other gear, or even just interact with various Disney characters in fun and engaging ways.

Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Project Director JC Diaz was on hand to share all the details of the Hey Disney Voice Assistant app with us. During the interview, Diaz demonstrated a number of features on the Hey Disney voice assistant. Since it was around May 4 (Star Wars Day) when we did the interview, we heard a joke from C-3P0. We also got to see how the Hey Disney voice assistant can be programmed to greet us when we return to our rooms.

There will be a ton of recognizable Disney characters launching with the Hey Disney voice assistant when it’s fully implemented at Disney parks and resorts. Additionally, we learned that in the future, Disney plans to integrate its new Magicband+ technology with the Hey Disney voice assistant, giving us more ways to interact with it, as well as further progress. in activities with the MagicBand. Overall, it looks like the Hey Disney Voice Assistant app is poised to bring a cavalcade of fun and utility to Disney hotel and park experiences.

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