Robots have been an integral part of Disney’s entertainment business for more than a century.
But Disney has also been a major player in the robotics market, as it has invested heavily in research, development and manufacturing of the technologies.
With the release of the Disney robot movie this week, Disney will have to prove that the technology is ready for mass production.
A key element of Disney robot movies is the use of robotic drawing tools to depict the characters and worlds in the films.
The company has already begun manufacturing these tools, but they’re still at an early stage.
In the short term, Disney robot drawing tools will be used to create digital versions of the robots in the movie.
For the long term, though, these will be the tools used to generate the characters in the movies.
A recent article in Wired called the Disney robotic drawing tool a “super-computers-based sketching tool” that “will be used in Disney’s upcoming robot movie.”
This article, however, failed to include a mention of how these robots are being built.
A spokesperson for Disney, however — the same spokesperson who helped launch Disney’s robotic drawing technology in the first place — confirmed to Bloomberg that the company is “still in the process of building and manufacturing its first robots that can be programmed to draw, write, and animate.”
The spokesperson declined to provide a timeline for when the first of these new robots will be in use, or how long it will take to get them to market.
The spokesperson did say that Disney is working with “an external partner” to produce these robots.
“We are currently working on a series of robot projects to get these tools to market as soon as possible,” the spokesperson said.
“This will be a process that takes a long time to get going.”
Disney is also working with other companies to bring the technology to market, including a company called 3D Robotics, which specializes in developing 3D printing technology.
3DRobotics was founded by John H. Pasternak, a former NASA scientist, and the company has been working with Disney to produce a robotic drawing system.
Disney has already announced that it will be working with 3D Robotics to bring its robotic drawing capabilities to the masses, but it’s not clear when the system will be ready for use.
Disney’s RoboDraw system is already in the hands of Disney employees and Disney has begun shipping them to employees, according to Disney spokesperson Erin Stoll.
“With this development, Disney’s robot system has become a fully-functional drawing tool that can help to create animated films, and is now ready to be distributed to Disney employees,” the company wrote in a statement.
Disney will also be working closely with its robots partners to develop a set of new robot drawing software for Disney.
Disney also plans to open up its robot drawing technology to commercial use.
This will be part of a larger effort to bring Disney robots to market for use in films.
Disney announced in April that it plans to start commercializing its robots through the Disney Robotics company, which is a subsidiary of 3D Robo.
The Disney Robotics partnership is part of an effort to build the robotics capabilities for Disney’s Star Wars and Frozen franchises, both of which are part of the Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Disney is reportedly looking to develop robot systems for use as part of its theme parks and other attractions, including its Magic Kingdom theme park.
The Walt Disney Studios will also use the robot technology in its parks, as well.
Disney already has robot systems used in its theme park attractions.
Disney said it will also work with other robotics companies to help develop robot drawing systems.
The robots will likely be used for creating animation in other Disney parks and at other Disney theme parks.
Disney isn’t the only company looking to bring robots to the movies: Earlier this year, a team of animators at Pixar, one of the world’s most successful animation studios, announced it would begin developing robot drawing capabilities.
Pixar has a long history of using robotics to create animations, including in the blockbuster Cars, which the studio created with its Pixar Animation Lab.
Pixar recently opened a new facility in Burbank, California, that will eventually house the robot lab and the robots that work there.
In addition to Pixar’s work on its robot labs, Pixar has worked with other firms to develop robots to help create animated movies.
Pixar and Lucasfilm also have robotic drawing systems in their labs.