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Ride a real roller coaster while playing a VR video gameA new virtual-reality roller coaster at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California, lets you fly around and shoot gargoyles using a VR headset. Watch what happens as we experience the new Rage of the Gargoyles ride.
[MUSIC] Aah! [MUSIC] Aah. [MUSIC] My god. Aah! [LAUGH] Aah! Uh-uh. Aah! Aah! Aah! Aah! Aah! Aah! [NOISE] Holy [SOUND] [NOISE] My God. Are we done? [MUSIC] We have Samsung Gear VR headsets powered by Oculus and those are all Sync to a computer that we actually have on board the right one. Each one of the seats actually has a QR code that has a number on it and when you put the VR headset on, that communicates back to the main computer by bluetooth telling it exactly where you're seated. That way as the train is traveling through the course, your experiencing the same virtual reality video as everybody else as the same piece of crap. [MUSIC] I just arrived about 20 minutes ago and I'm a little bit disheveled, my hair and my rebellion. [UNKNOWN] Artistically, I did it twice. But I'm just kind of person that I love rollercoasters and I so really like the VR experience. But I have to say the VR vision of the rollercoaster was much less scary and it didn't make me feel anyway near as but two thumbs up. This is my second time riding a VR rollercoaster. I think this time around is a lot scarier, first the animation of the last scare I think I think it's perfect for Halloween, definitely a little bit more sickening because you're going through a lot of physics, you're turning around, you're flipping and flopping so, but I do love it and I think it's so much better than the first time around over in Atlanta. [MUSIC]