'NASA, Meta and Tech Shops to Bring Moon Launch

Tech Shops to Bring Moon Launch

Video streaming

and the metaverse are converging to carry immersive live images of a moon launch to

The collaboration

centers on NASA’s Artemis program, which aims to return humans to the moon for

15 launch

– albeit without people on board – will be available for viewing by a global audience in real

Full 360-degree

streaming platforms will also be available via 5G in various locations and planetarium domes worldwide

Meta Horizon

Worlds is a free app designed to be experienced on Meta Quest VR headsets

The enterprise

is made possible by Emmy-winning Montreal-based VR shop Felix & Paul Studios with technical support

io and aerospace

photography expert FlightLine Films, which will provide up-close footage from multiple cameras strategically placed

Working together,

the three companies will create an up-close, realistic viewing experience

The event

marks the first time any space launch has been available to view across the globe

“Humanity’s deep

space exploration came to an end with the final NASA Apollo mission in December

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