Published On: Fri, Jun 14th, 2019

Chill, that terrifying amusement park ride video is fake

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Some amusement park rides are too good to be true. 

A famous drop ride in Seoul, Korea got a CGI update and it has people’s heart rates spiking. The ride in question is the Gyro Drop, a 315 foot tall tower at the amusement park Lotte World Adventure. It features a large rotating ring of 40 seats that lifts passengers high into the air and then drops them back down with a free fall

Of course, the ride wasn’t terrifying enough for the thrill seekers of the internet, so someone decided to give it a sweat-inducing makeover. 

While the maker of the CGI fake remains unknown, it got posted to Twitter and then, naturally, everywhere else on the internet.  Read more…

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