Set to open in 2016 at Cedar Point, Valravyn is only available for a virtual ride on Google Cardboard right now. It’s the world’s tallest, fastest dive roller coaster.

97.1 The Ticket sports update reporter Tony Ortiz gives it a whirl. His reactions are pretty animated to the delight of onlookers in the WWJ Newsroom.

Get all the details on Valravyn here.

The virtual Valravyn app is available at Cedar Point’s website, but you’ll need Google Cardboard to get the full effect.

Google Cardboard is an alternative to the latest in virtual reality gear similar to Oculus Rift. It uses your cell phone in an inexpensive cardboard viewer. The apps are loaded with sound and 360 degree video to immerse the viewer in the scene.

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