Guests who enjoy the Sum of all Thrills attraction at Walt Disney World are now able to recreate the experience at home. The Raytheon Company worked with Walt Disney Imagineering to bring the virtual thrill ride to Epcot's Innoventions in 2009. Guests use math and engineering principles to design their own roller coaster, jet fighter planes or bobsleds and then are able to board a simulator that moves in the air, following the design of the track. Now at www.MathMovesU.com, Raytheon has added a learning component that will allow online users to design the tracks at home, and even share them with their friends via Facebook. Guests who participate in the design at Epcot will receive a special code that they can use online at home to experience the ride they created in the theme park. Pam Wickham, Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Communications for Raytheon, said, "The popularity of the Sum of all Thrills ride has confirmed our original belief that fun experiences can and will get students excited about math. By bringing the ride online, we are making it accessible to those who have not or cannot visit the exhibit at Innoventions at Epcot, allowing even more students to connect the activities they love with the math that makes it all possible."