Goofy's Paint 'n' Play House lets youngsters spray paint the inside of Goofy's house—virtually. Kids use a "Splat Master" to shoot virtual paint at moving and static objects for about a minute and a half. It's all done with the aid of computer displays, so no one need worry about getting paint on themselves. A Japanese-speaking Goofy roots the kids on during the whole process.
This was originally a very low-tech "bouncy house"-type attraction. Although I have mixed feelings about taking an attraction that let kids be physically active and turning it into what is essentially a video game, there is a lot less risk for injury, and it does provide an activity that's interactive and perhaps even a little bit "artistic."