(via Virtual Republic) If rollercoasters make you queasy, be warned: This video features a visual representation of the 1st violin from Ferdinand Ries’ 2nd symphony (4th movement) animated as a rollercoaster zipping through the music.
It’s pretty thrilling. If you really want to have fun, watch it in full-screen mode, and put your hands above your head.
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