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My other half had a theory on how the VR will take it into account. There will just be RFID transmitters on the track keeping the VR synced. So it doesn't switch from lift hill VR video to the drop video until it passes over the top. This could I assume also ensure each row is in the right place so the front triggers before the back.
I would imagine it would work in a similar way to EP's tests, where the revolutions of the wheels on the train are monitored in conjunction with track position sensors to determine position and speed, this data would then be passed into the VR simulation to ensure sync. If it isn't done this way, with speed monitoring, could make many people quite ill.
Reminds me of my Lego Dimension's Portal ........ I think this is a lazy thing to do, sure it will bring the GP back, but when it breaks that will be it, it won't be fixed. - Many people are going to go thinking that it is tied to Battlestar Galactica, which already has a coaster at Universal Singapore. Really looking forward to the restaurant though, all Air needed was a clean up and some beautiful theming, maybe to realize it's original potential, VR is a fad, and like loom bands, everyone will be bored in 6 months time.Concept art for this! If it looks like this it'll be brilliant