Latest invention allows the “vertically challenged” to enjoy fireworks at WDW

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Dominic Wilcox was sick and tired of being too short to view parades and fireworks at Disney so he invented a fix. Dubbed the, “One Foot Taller Glasses”, they eliminate many known theme park problems. Including the need to nudge to the front or start confrontations with spazzing parents hoisting their children onto their shoulders.

They are fabricated out of mirror acrylic that is bent to reflect the image from above towards the viewer. Mr. Wilcox used this invention to take with him whenever he was at an amusement park to eliminate missing out when with his friends.

Dominic plans on expanding the invention into different products that can be used in conjunction with handicap accessible park goers as well. This invention has been deemed acceptable by park security and isn’t in the same category as a selfie stick or contraband recently prohibited from the Disney properties.

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