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  • Designer unveils virtual reality thrill ride
  • Designer unveils virtual reality thrill ride
    Sven-Kåre Evenseth (2011) ©
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Designer unveils virtual reality thrill ride

Virtual reality is now being used in everything from shopping experiences to advertising – it’s about providing people with high octane experiences. Neurosis is a VR theme park ride that combines neurological data and a pneumatic ‘motion-platform’, essentially designed to read and react to its occupant’s thoughts.

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