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Mark Peters : March 22th 2017 - 23:11 CET

Samsung Mixed Virtual Reality at Six Flags


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SamsungSix Flags 2017 virtual reality roller coaster : Six Flags and Samsung Electronics have collaboration on the next generation of virtual reality roller coaster. In partnership with Samsung America, the official technology partner of Six Flags, the American-based theme park is once again leading the way in innovation and taking its signature brand of thrills to the next level mixed virtual reality experience on the park’s iconic steel coaster, Mind Eraser. When guests board the VR coaster and have installed their Samsung Virtual Reality headsets, they will be introduced to the device’s pass-through camera functionality, instantly making riders aware of their surroundings, by allowing them to see the real world, including the person seated next to them- along with virtual reality content.
Samsung Virtual Rreality Six Flags

Samsung Virtual Reality experience at Six Flags
As they get settled into the mixed virtual reality ride, a heads up display overlay on the pass-through camera view will show data like current status of weaponry, time codes, fuel cells, and a countdown clock. Cresting the lift hill, a massive, swirling wormhole comes into view. As roller coaster riders drop at high speeds, the mixed virtual reality view changes to a completely immersive, virtual reality environment and a fighter spaceship cockpit materializes and envelops the Six Flags Galactic Attack riders into a tunnel of light. At the bottom of the first hill, riders are launched into the middle of a space battle, coming under attack from flying drones firing lasers and missiles. After swinging through tight channels, narrowly dodging drones and artillery fire, riders are brought into one of three drone bays, each of which offer a completely different VR experience and three different endings.

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