Six Flags CEO sees the future through virtual reality glasses
By the end of the year, at least nine Six Flags theme parks will have rollercoasters equipped with virtual reality headsets that let riders pretend they're flying with Superman or fighting aliens. Six Flags Entertainment CEO John Duffey thinks the potential is huge for virtual reality technology to enhance experiences without spending great sums of money. During an earnings call with analysts, Duffey said he expects eventually to use virtual reality during the company's holiday events such as Fright Fest during Halloween and Holiday in the Park around Christmas.
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