Team Suzuki Ecstar has released a couple of incredible VR 360-degree videos of Andrea Iannone and Alex Rins on the GSX-RR MotoGP machine

While virtual reality hasn’t exactly been embraced by the average consumer, it’s becoming more advanced, and more affordable, at every turn. And to give us a taste of the future, Ecstar Suzuki set up a couple of VR cameras on Andrea Iannone’s and Alex Rins’ Suzuki GSX-RR race bikes at the recent MotoGP test at Valencia.

Don’t worry though, you don’t necessarily need a VR headset to watch, you can check it out on Youtube, and simply scroll your way around – but your smartphone probably has motion tracking IMUs built in, so all you need to do to create your own VR headset is get your hands on a set of Google’s cardboard-made goggles for under a tenner. Click HERE to find out more.

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