Artist and designer Daniel de Bruin has created a single-seat thrill ride that actually reacts to his heart rate, providing the basis for a personalized theme park attraction.
Neurotransmitter 3000 is a seven-meter high attraction that swings the rider around and upside-down in circles. The attraction responds to biometric data obtained from the rider through transmitters hooked up to the body, so it knows which moves cause your heart to start racing.
It’s not clear if and when this kind of technology could translate to actual theme park attractions, but there are definitely some fun uses for this kind of personalized thrill ride. Would you take a ride on the Neurotransmitter 3000?