Due to the COVID-19, Canada’s Wonderland is postponing its park opening until mid-May and in the meantime, it is bringing the amusement park experience directly into the home with virtual roller coaster experiences. To keep people entertained during self-isolation, Canada's Wonderland is sharing a way for people to experience 34 virtual rides, including all of its biggest roller coasters.
With a web browser, users can access YouTube or the YouTube app and head to Canada’s Wonderland channel to find the content. To create an immersive experience without the need for special equipment, the amusement park recommends using a TV and setting up chairs as coaster seats.
The current global pandemic is forcing businesses to change the way they operate and many companies are responding by taking their offerings online or sharing them in an immersive virtual format.