Will Guests have physics when on rides?

For example their legs/heads moving side to side from the G forces created from Roller Coasters. I don't know if it's already planned or been decided it's not worth adding, I just thought it could be interesting.

Seems weird watching people on the giant free-fall ride yet their bodies don't react to it when they fall. The legs stay perfectly still.
 
I fully agree, I mean I saw someone leaning forward on what could have been a 3-4g drop. IMO there should also be air-time, so people are lifted out of their seats etc.
 
For example their legs/heads moving side to side from the G forces created from Roller Coasters. I don't know if it's already planned or been decided it's not worth adding, I just thought it could be interesting.

Seems weird watching people on the giant free-fall ride yet their bodies don't react to it when they fall. The legs stay perfectly still.


[video=youtube;qaOW5wrvS5s]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaOW5wrvS5s[/video]
 
That appears to be talking about the rides themselves and is used to determine how fun/intense/nauseating the ride is. But it says nothing about actually effecting how the guests move.

For example about the 0:57 mark. You can't tell what direction the guests are moving it because they look the same regardless of the direction. I'm sure they're probably not even moving in any direction in the video itself, but my point is even if they were they wouldn't look any different.
 
In the Early Access / Alpha, this type of reaction is most visible on coasters. When making sharper turns at fast speeds, the guest will lean in the opposing direction of the turn; the stronger the force the further they lean.
Start the YouTube video at 5:20, and 5:50 you'll see the guest reacting to the forces.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awo3Y9YSZwE
 
In the Early Access / Alpha, this type of reaction is most visible on coasters. When making sharper turns at fast speeds, the guest will lean in the opposing direction of the turn; the stronger the force the further they lean.
Start the YouTube video at 5:20, and 5:50 you'll see the guest reacting to the forces.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awo3Y9YSZwE
Yeah I've noticed that a bit in a few videos recently. Hopefully that gets expanded upon to not look so robotic.
 
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