The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios has gotten yet another upgrade. The park’s star ride Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey uses both screens and real life props to bring the experience to life.
The screens that it uses have now been upgraded to a digital 4K HD conversion, which means that the film will move more quickly and seamlessly between scenes.
This will make it look more realistic as well as cut down on motion sickness. It also means that 3D glasses are no longer necessary to view it.
The City Walk area of Universal Studios is also getting a makeover, which includes adding in a Voodoo Doughnut location and Southern California’s first Margaritaville location.