Morgan Hines, USA TODAY Published 10:33 a.m. ET March 28, 2020 CLOSE A canceled trip to Disney World didn’t stop this fan from keeping the magic alive. StoryfulThe coronavirus pandemic may have caused Disney to close its magical gates indefinitely, but a YouTube channel, though unaffiliated with the Walt Disney Co., may be able to help lift the spirits of Disney-lovers everywhere.Since 2016, the YouTube channel “Virtual Disney World” has been offering virtual reality rides through 360-degree videos. They are compatible with a virtual reality headset or a smart phone with a headset. “Virtually experience all of your favorite attractions within an interactive 360º video environment. ‘Virtual Disney World’ offers a complete immersive experience like never before,” the channel’s About page reads. “Relive the attractions and places you love anytime, anywhere!”To date, the channel has garnered more than 46,000 subscribers and has had upwards of eight million views. The channel includes rides from Disney World’s Epcot and Magic Kingdom, Disneyland, Disney’s California Adventure, Universal and more.Each video allows the viewer to experience one ride. The most recent upload, from two weeks ago, features The Great Movie Ride.In the top left corner is a tool that viewers can use to navigate through the experience, which lasts for just over 22 minutes. And while

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