New Thrill Ride Prototype Reacts to Heart Rate, Muscles and Sweat

A leading charge in the entertainment industry has been to make experiences customizable, from immersive theater that changes based on your decisions to shows that alter course based on your feedback. Now we have a prototype thrill ride that will totally blow your mind.

Daniel de Bruin created a prototype one-person ride that reacts directly to him. Sensors that pick up his heart rate, muscle tension and even body temperature will change the severity of the ride, known as the Neurotransmitter 3000. Want to see this thing in action? Would you take a spin on a ride that reacts directly to you? Check out the video below!

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Images Copyright: Daniel de Bruin

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