It’s not really coming to WDW. And it’s not even real, though it’s based on a real ride in Korea.
OH, HELL NO!!!
Surely this one is OK for you?
Needs to be enclosed so nobody can see what it does before they ride the first time. And randomized like ToT drops
I need my medication just to watch that I’m not an adrenalin junkie
Is this one a made-up one as well, I hope?
That was my first thought as well!
Waiting 9 seconds…
It made me laugh out loud for some time.
Wait, Gyro drop isn’t real?
Now this one can’t be real.
It is and it isn’t. The one in the video is based on the real one.
Both of these are laughably impossible. But that didn’t stop me from feeling dizzy just IMAGINING what they would be like.
I do have question-marks about potential violations of the laws of physics in the first one. But it’s a decent fake.
The second one is just hilarious.
Only question I had was rate/acceleration of the ascent and whether the passengers would drop how they did. Was there anything else I missed? The rest seemed possible, with the possible exception of the mechanism to extend the tower.
I’m worried about conservation of angular momentum.
The real ride is way way more boring though. It’s a pretty basic drop ride, except it rotates as it ascends (no extension, no dropping down or swinging).
Yeah, me too. Uh huh. That’s it…
I’ve always wanted to experience 100 Gs! But this might be closer to 1000 Gs…
Is that one like the one that replaced The Great Movie Ride, like Mickey’s Run Away Train. What a failure! I will pass.