Blue Flame VR is a virtual reality (VR) experience that takes you back in time to October 23, 1970, when Gary Gabelich set the world land speed record in his rocket-powered car, the Blue Flame.
The experience allows you to walk around the Bonneville Salt Flats, where the record was set, and to examine the Blue Flame up close. You can also sit in the cockpit and experience what it was like for Gabelich to drive the car at over 1,000 kilometers per hour.
Blue Flame VR is a great way to learn about the history of land speed racing and the Blue Flame. It’s also a lot of fun to experience the feeling of speed in VR.
Here are some of the features of Blue Flame VR:
- Explore the Bonneville Salt Flats: You can walk around the Bonneville Salt Flats and see the landmarks that were important to the Blue Flame record attempt.
- Examine the Blue Flame: You can examine the Blue Flame up close and see all of the details of the car.
- Experience the cockpit: You can sit in the cockpit of the Blue Flame and experience what it was like for Gabelich to drive the car at over 1,000 kilometers per hour.
- Learn about the history of land speed racing: The experience includes a brief history of land speed racing and the Blue Flame.
If you’re interested in trying Blue Flame VR, you will need a VR headset. The experience is available on Steam and the Viveport store.