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This 1991 IMSA GTO Mazda RX-7 may be retired from duty, but—in this rare VR experience—you'll climb behind the wheel to harness the force of one of the most coveted race cars ever made. As co-driver of the first and only Japanese racer to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans, you’ll experience a four-rotor 13J engine so remarkable it’ll reverberate in all 360 degrees. Fast Ride puts you in the cockpit of the RX-7 for a lap at California’s Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca with Jeremy Barnes, Mazda’s director of communications and unofficial corporate racing aficionado. Buckle up: The result is flat-out fantastic. Fast Ride is produced by Wevr.
Buzz Aldrin: Cycling Pathways to Mars Trailer | Stereoscopic | 3840
Buzz Aldrin wants to be remembered for more than just "kicking up moon dust." He wants his legacy to include laying the groundwork for a permanent human settlement on Mars, and he has a plan. As NASA prepares to send the first humans to Mars, LIFE VR, TIME and 8i have collaborated with the Apollo astronaut and historical icon to create a one of a kind virtual reality experience. In the world’s first holographic ‘archival VR’ project, created by 8i, viewers will have a unique opportunity to ‘meet’ and the astronaut through his hologram today. Dr. Aldrin is an American astronaut best known for piloting the Lunar Module on the Apollo 11 mission in 1969, and the one of the first men to set foot on the moon. While it was a historic achievement, he wants his legacy to include laying the groundwork for a permanent human settlement on Mars, and he has a plan. In Buzz Aldrin: Cycling Pathways to Mars, travel with a photorealistic 3D hologram of Dr. Aldrin from his landing site on the moon to Mars where he’ll show
Sports Illustrated for Kids: Sports Kids of the Year 2016
To speak with Tai, Rainn and Brooke is to understand optimism and dedication. To watch them compete is to witness grace and determination. For these reasons, and for their accomplishments on the track, the Sheppard sisters are the SportsKids of the Year. Life hasn’t been easy for the Sheppard sisters. Their mother Handy works hard to support the family, but they have lived in a two-bedroom unit in a homeless shelter since last September.
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