Nov 182014
 
Take A Virtual Ride On World’s Newest Tallest Roller Coaster

Every year, amusement parks battle over the title of the tallest, fastest, or coolest new roller coaster. The new indoor entertainment complex called SkyPlex in Orlando, Florida will soon be the rightful owner of the world’s tallest roller coaster. Appropriately called Skyscraper, the new ride will be over 500 feet tall, and take riders on a unique adventure as the tracks wrap around a tower with an observation deck on top. 

Roller coaster channel Theme Park Review has published this digital depiction of the new ride which offers viewers a very cool virtual point-of-view ride. Buckle up, because this is gonna be crazy!

 


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Jun 302014
 
World’s Tallest Water Slide Verrückt Is An Intense Ride

There’s nothing better than hitting the water slides at the water park to cool off in the summer. Now, you can really get your splash on at Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts.

After showing off their new attraction last winter, Schlitterbahn has finally offered potential guests a point of view video of the ride which will hopefully open soon. Extreme to say the least!

 


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Feb 282014
 
Camera On Pelican Beak Records Mind Blowing Video

The staff of animal conservation Nomad Tanzania discovered a young pelican abandoned by its flock after a powerful storm and took him in. They named him Bigbird.

Alone and young, the staff actually had to teach Bigbird how to fly by running up and down the beach flapping their arms. 

Finally, Bigbird’s instincts kicked in and he took off.

They attached a GoPro to his beak and captured the most breathtaking video ever that is now going viral. 

 


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Feb 172014
 
Point Of View Luge Ride Will Get Your Pulse Racing

Ever wonder what it’s like to speed down the luge?

Back in 2012, Matthew Mortensen rode the doubles luge track in Sochi, Russia and wore a camera. Hitting speeds of 80 miles per hour, the brisk journey makes roller coaster rides look like child’s play. 

Appropriately, his point-of-view video has gone viral now with over 350,000 new views

 


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