But how does it stay up? Amazing new spokeless Ferris Wheel opens in China (with wi-fi for all the inevitable selfies)
An incredible new spokeless Ferris Wheel will soon open to the public in China - complete with built-in television sets and even wireless internet for all the inevitable selfies.
The giant, futuristic structure comes with 36 carts able to carry 10 passengers each, all of whom will be offered an unparalleled view of the Bailang River in Weifang City, in East China's Shandong Province.
It has been built onto the 1,771ft Bailang River Bridge - hence the name Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel - and it is now ready to roll.
As the world's first spokeless Ferris wheel with grid design, the 475ft tall amusement park-style attraction is set to become Weifang's newest and most eye-catching landmark.
Perhaps most surprising of all is that engineers have felt the need to install television sets inside the carts.