Virtual and Augmented Reality

Virtual reality is giving roller coasters a new twist

It will soon become the norm to enjoy a new VR spin on an old roller coaster favourite. Image: REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Candice Louw

Post-doctoral Researcher in Software Engineering Applications for Business Digitalisation, Department of Business Management, University of Johannesburg

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