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Spatial disorientation demonstrator

Pags

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pilot
#3
Hard to say, most get so disoriented they lose track of time, and in some cases their sense of self and identity. You may emerge a different man.
 

CommodoreMid

Whateva! I do what I want!
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#7
Has anyone here ever (or known someone) barfed during this? I've never heard of it from anyone. It wasn't a pleasant experience I'll say, but nothing insane.
 

Gatordev

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pilot
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#8
Has anyone here ever (or known someone) barfed during this? I've never heard of it from anyone. It wasn't a pleasant experience I'll say, but nothing insane.
Is this the device that looks like it came out of a H.G. Wells novel? If so, my theory was that if you got it spinning fast enough, the occupants would travel back in time.

Instead I remember it being kind of boring and going on for too long. And that's about all I remember from the training.
 

Uncle Fester

Robot Pimp
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#9
I thought it was kind of cool. Sure you were tilted back when you weren't, made you think you were spinning one way when you were actually spinning the other, etc. I don't recall being sick at all. More just, "huh, that's weird."
 

nittany03

FUBIJAR
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#13
I thought it was kind of cool. Sure you were tilted back when you weren't, made you think you were spinning one way when you were actually spinning the other, etc. I don't recall being sick at all. More just, "huh, that's weird."
Likewise. At the end, I thought "that's it?"