Thomas Wagner

VR Coaster

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CEO of VR Coaster

Thomas Wagner on KCRW

Virtual reality is a new trend in roller coaster design, and Six Flags Magic Mountain is one of the first amusement parks to try it with its new VR-aided coaster, The New Revolution.

Virtual Reality Coasters

Virtual reality is a new trend in roller coaster design, and Six Flags Magic Mountain is one of the first amusement parks to try it with its new VR-aided coaster, The New Revolution.

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