Dad's unique 'virtual reality' DIY rollercoaster gets family to Disney World

Watch how this dad made a homemade rollercoaster for his kid in front of his telly, and his ingenuity got him enough crowdfunding to take his family to Disneyland to ride the real thing.

Victor Peoro of Hellertown, Pennsylvania, apparently couldn't afford to give his tiny daughter Autumn a trip to Disneyland.

His 'virtual reality' rollercoaster in a plastic bucket caught people's imagination and was viewed over 450 000 times. Within 6 days his Go Fund Me campaign had raised more than enough to give his family the help to make their dream come true.

Take a look:


This article first appeared on 702 : Dad's unique 'virtual reality' DIY rollercoaster gets family to Disney World


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