Karyn, Chesley and Big Wiz ride the London Eye. (Photo by David Brooks)
LONDON -- Coca-Cola has made it easy for non-athletes to experience the sounds of the Olympic sports.
The company's Beatbox, a large red and white contraption that lives in London's Olympic Park, gives visitors a sensory experience that allows them to feel like they're right in the middle of the action.
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Karyn Greer and Chesley McNeil checked out the Coca-Cola Beatbox, where they pretended to compete in archery, track and field, and more. Beatbox visitors touch the exhibit's panels to produce the sounds.
At the end of the Beatbox tour, visitors get the chance to have their picture taken with an Olympic torch, with a great view of the Olympic Stadium in the background.
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