If you want to feel the thrill without actually doing the action, virtual reality will give you the experience. For example it, can provide the excitement of riding a roller coaster while sitting still in your desk chair.
To give you even more thrills, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics wants to enhance the experience by creating a moving platform for VR. The idea is to attach someone to a highly tense, accurate and secure moving platform linked to 8 multi-directional durable cable wires and hang them around in mid air which VR turns into an even more exciting.
This is the concept and idea behind the creation of Cable Robot Simulator. The user, sitting inside the carbon cage, puts on a VR headset while experiencing motion simultaneously in many directions, turning and shifting depends on the VR game.