What will hyperloop travel look like? Try out a virtual reality ride from Carnegie Mellon

Realistically, commuters can expect to see functional hyperloops in about 10 years, said Ben Martin, the team’s business lead.
“We didn’t go to the moon in a year,” he said. “The technical challenges that we have here are probably less than going to the moon, but it’s mostly a private industry focus; so it’s not like you have a big government bank and tens of billions of dollars pushing to make it happen.”
The CMU team placed eighth in Musk’s competition earlier this year. They plan to continue building models for future competitions and seeking sponsors to help with material costs.
Curious what life might be like with hyperloop access? Here’s the virtual reality dramatization from CMU: