Netherlands-based industrial designer Daniel de Bruin takes thrill rides to the next level with “Neurotransmitter 3000”. It’s controlled with biometric data with sensors placed directly on the person, which includes heart rate, body temperature, orientation, gravity and muscle tension. “Heart rate determines the speed of the large rotation and the muscle tension sensor can interfere with that speed by slowing it down. Also, the rider is provided with a hand brake system on the right arm to stop the small rotation from spinning. This creates an active feedback,” said the designer. Click here to view the first image in this week’s things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the X-Men Nightcrawler Cat.