Well the time had come for me to have my first VR experience yesterday. And I have to say I was very much impressed. The wait time for the ride was 30 minutes (Displayed as 20 but I won't complain). I went on it with my little sister who is only 10. She was very nervous as this was to be the first roller coaster she would have ridden that goes "upside down". I managed to convincer her that they aren't as scary as they are made out to be and she agreed to ride it with me as she too was exited to try the VR.
My experience was pleasant and It was very easy to forget that you are even on a roller coaster at times. For me it felt like I was on a ride simulator that has wind blowers and the seat could turn you 360. I got so immersed in the experience that mid ride I looked down to where my hands should of been to notice they weren't there, and it made me question why they weren't but then I remembered that I was on the ride
I must admit that the quality of the VR wasn't crystal clear like most people imagined, and sometimes the edges of objects looked blurred, but for the majority of the ride you can see clear (especially the beginning and the part you go through the cracked ice, that was my favourite). I get where people were saying there is parts where the ride shakes and its hard to see due to it, but I found holding the headset fixed the issue and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
Overall It impressed me and later went on it again and I was just as satisfied. I think maybe because it was my first VR experience but It will be so many other peoples as well. To stop it from becoming re-petative I am sure they will update the destinations.
But well done from me to the staff as they were polite and made sure my little sisters head strap was tight enough. She enjoyed it just as much as me (I am yet to make a enthusiast out of her