Anyone who’s wondered what dying is like can now get an answer to their question thanks to a ‘death stimulator’ exhibit. The Samadhi Death Simulator is in Shanghai, China, and as they travel through it people find out what death, cremation and rebirth feels like. To start, people lie down on a giant revolving belt, which takes them through an oven.

This is the cremation part of the process, after which they find themselves in a huge area made from latex. Pushing their way through this, as if emerging from a womb, they find themselves in a ball pool. Visitor Lu Siwei, 33, said: “This is a really interesting feeling. “It at least gives you the chance to calm down, and brings you back to earth to think about some of life’s problems. READ MORE