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This homemade thrill ride’s speed depends on how scared you are

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When Daniel de Bruin was still a student, he designed the ‘Neurotransmitter 3000,’ a custom thrill ride controlled by fear. His friends, Bas Bakx and Pim Keunen, helped him develop sensors that gather the biometric data that instructs the swing on fast it should go.

With the financial backing from STRP Festival in the Netherlands, de Bruin completed the Neurotransmitter 3000. He hopes to implement his creation in actual theme parks. Read more…

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