Visitors at science center now easily can get an astronaut’s eye view with Apollo Command Module control panel on iPad.
The Great Lakes Science center has launched the new app called ‘Mission to STEM’. This app allows visitors of NASA Glenn Visitor center to experience how it feels like to be in space. It is a complete new way ahead in the world of innovative mobile apps for iOS.
According to CEO and the President of the Science Center, Kristen Ellenbogen, the creation of this app is done to give a more realistic experience for all the museum exhibits. This is a great opportunity for the Science Center to make the best use of Augmented Reality so that they can help the visitors to touch and experience something which was just sitting in to their imagination earlier.
The amazing program to escape the limits of the earth was under the long testing process, people from all the age group will be able to use the app to experience spacecraft and navigate along with simulated assignments and experiments.
The ‘Mission to STEM’ mobile app is available to only Apple devices, visitors are though allowed to check this mobile app over free iPads during the visit. Exploring space with ‘Mission to STEM’ will break all the myths of science fiction.
Visitors will be able to unveil the secrets of aerospace technology and along with the same they will be experiencing:
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