Just how big is big? Journey through this holographic Solar System, and then squint your eyes in the intense light of a few of the largest known stars. Enjoy various accidentally-educational activities along the way. Great care has been taken to ensure a comfortable VR experience. VR optional.
Self-paced guided tour, with an optional comfort mode.
Accurate visuals and facts for over 40 celestial bodies - Everything has been fact-checked!
Tour Guide aka the "Flying Professor Alien" - Allow this friendly tour guide to fly around and talk your ear off about everything in 110 minutes of content! Currently English-only, with subtitles, but you can record your own presentations if you need to.
Side-by-Side Comparisons - Answer questions like "How big does Mars look next to Earth" or "Which is bigger, our Moon or Pluto?"
Gravity Probe - Get a feel for differences in gravitational pull as you launch a small spaceprobe in any direction you like.
Real Distance View - Answer questions like "How big does the Sun look from Mercury?" or "How big does Jupiter look from its moon Io?"
Alternate Planet Maps - Included are a mix of radar maps, elevation maps, enhanced color maps, etc.
Zero-Gravity EVA - Float out of your cockpit and thrust around the area! Give your favorite small moon a hug, view surface labels, points of interest, etc.
Engaging Soundtrack - Every mode has music (can be turned off if you prefer quiet), with specially composed music by Karim Elmahmoudi for the new EVA mode!
Native support for HTC Vive, Valve Index, Windows Mixed Reality, and Oculus Rift. - For Rift, it's your choice whether to use Oculus SDK or SteamVR.
Standing vs Sitting support - Sitting mode guarantees your viewpoint, Standing mode lets you approach the dashboard like a desk and works with any arbitrary player height.
See your own hands - Goes a long way in helping you feel present within the experience, and those using Valve Index Controllers will get individual finger tracking. (NOTE: Windows Mixed Reality and Vive Cosmos users won't see their hands at this time due to technical issues)
Enhanced 3D effect - Reduced scale and close distances between planets and moons makes it easy to compare sizes.
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