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Virtual Reality system to fly in space and bring non-astronauts aboard ISS | Deep Space Industries


curated by | October 28, 2015

For the first time ever, a virtual reality recording system will be flown in space. The project, announced today by Deep Space Industries (DSI), will use a spherical video capture system to create a virtual reality float-through tour of the International Space Station’s science lab. Read More



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