NASA Apollo Museum in Sansar, a virtual VR

Explore one of mankind’s defin­ing moments, the Apollo 11 mis­sion, when NASA landed the first human beings on Earth’s Moon. Watch NASA’s “The Jour­neys of Apollo” doc­u­ment­ary nar­rated by act­or Peter Cul­len, explore true-to-scale mod­els of the Sat­urn V rock­et, the Com­mand Mod­ule and the Lun­ar Mod­ule. Track the entire mis­sion from launch to re-entry via a museum-size mis­sion map that illus­trates the incred­ible scale of this jour­ney jux­ta­posed real pho­tos and audio

About Sansar:

Sansar is a social vir­tu­al real­ity plat­form developed and owned by the San Fran­cisco-based firm Linden Lab and launched in “cre­at­or beta” to the gen­er­al pub­lic on July 31, 2017. The plat­form enables user-cre­ated 3D spaces where people can cre­ate and share inter­act­ive social exper­i­ences, such as play­ing games, watch­ing videos, and hav­ing con­ver­sa­tions in VR. Each par­ti­cipant is rep­res­en­ted by a detailed avatar that is the graph­ic­al rep­res­ent­a­tion of the user includ­ing speech-driv­en facial anim­a­tions and motion-driv­en body anim­a­tions.

Sansar sup­ports both vir­tu­al real­ity head­sets (includ­ing the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive) and Win­dows com­puters, and is free to use, with advanced fea­tures avail­able for pay­ing sub­scribers.

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