Neurotransmitter 3000: Biometrically Controlled Ride

Here is a cool ride controlled using biometric data obtained from a user’s body. Neurotransmitter 3000 relies on heart rate, body temperature, orientation, and muscle tension to respond.  Daniel de Bruin is the designer behind this 7 meter thrill ride.

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In this setup, the body and machine interact with each other to provide the rider with a fun experience. Pretty neat if you ask us.

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