Universal wasn’t just making an innovative, enchanting new theme park when they started constructing The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, they were creating a place where guests could literally leave the muggle world behind for a while. But Universal would never just stop there, and they now have plans to enhance the magical experience of guests by adding a new system of wand detection for a whole new level of interactivity.\nUniversal was raising the bar when they introduced special interactive wands that could connect to certain areas of the park, but now they seek to outdo themselves yet again.\nView this post on Instagram Happy November my magical friends ✨ This is my absolute favorite time of the year and I am so excited for all extra Fall/Christmas vibes. There’s no better way to celebrate a little early Christmas with a new custom wand!! Make sure you check out my giveaway post and continue to enter until November 16th!! I am so thankful for all your love and Lumos on this account I would love to see it continue to grow and hope to giveaway more wonderful items in the future ⚡️Tell me if you celebrate Thanksgiving and your favorite Thanksgiving tradition below 👇 A post shared by Harry Potter Fashion+Lifestyle (@themagicalblonde) on Nov 1, 2019 at 4:57pm PDT\nFans were stoked to be able to own their very own wand or that of a favorite character, but the interactive wands gave them something more — a chance to actually use “magic.”\nFor just a brief moment, when you flickered your wrist and a feather levitated behind glass in front of you, or a light switched on within a dark store, you could pretend that you really were a witch or wizard.\nView this post on Instagram What’s your favorite spell to cast in Hogsmeade? #wizardingworldhollywood 📷: @mysticaltofu A post shared by Universal Studios Hollywood (@unistudios) on Aug 21, 2019 at 11:30am PDT\nUniversal seeks to deepen this experience now with a new patent called “System and Method for tracking a passive Wand and Actuating an Effect Based on a Detected Wand Path.”\nThat’s a mouthful, but what it means it that even wands that don’t flaunt the interactive tech will now register within the park and can be used on your environment.\nView this post on Instagram Not a real tat but I wish it was 🧙♀️🧙♀️🧙♀️ Keep your friends close and your friends who work at universal even closer, @nate_begle you’re 💯#mst3klive #tourlife #toomuchbutterbeer A post shared by Emily Marsh (@marsh500) on Dec 2, 2019 at 1:51pm PST\nThe patent suggests that the new wand tracking system will be implemented with attractions like shows, restaurants, rides, shops, and more. The idea is that if any wand can interact with its surroundings, it evokes a more magical and mysterious atmosphere — anyone can be a witch a or wizard!\nThis also is a more economical option, as the non-interactive wands cost less than the others. No official release dates have been announced yet.\nFor more super interactive Florida attractions, check out the new Star Wars hotel opening soon, where your choices impact your story, and a new virtual reality aquarium.