Mission: Mars

A realistic VR experience to visit Mars

Have you ever wondered how would it feel to be the first human to step a foot on Mars? Are you curious about how automatic exploration vehicles rove Mars exploring around? If so, “Mission: Mars” the VR experience might be of interest to you.

Our team has already completed the final public beta, which is already available all around the globe. In this first version, the user may explore huge scenarios of Martian-like terrain as well as Tianwen-1, Rosalind Franklin, and Perseverance, the three rovers that China, Europe, and the USA are sending to Mars in 2020 and 2022.

Updates of 10 of February 2021 before Perseverance landing!
– Mars quality improved, now three qualities available (like trailer).
– High-quality realistic Mars.
– Added first achievements and missions to complete.
– More information data from rovers.
– More events.

Soon more updates! Thanks for trust us!

Explore Mars

Meet the rovers

Play around

NASA's Perseverance Mars arrival (18th February)

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Final Public Beta

The final public beta begins in the year 2050, in a futuristic museum at Acidalia Planitia, north of Valles Marineris (Mars). In the main hall of the museum, a huge replica of Mars dominates the scene. Through it, one can transfer to an orbit around Mars and see the planet from above as well as its moons and some satellites that are exploring it. Together with the Mars one, replicas of Tianwen-1, Rosalind Franklin, and Perseverance are featured at the museum. The user may explore them in situ and learn about them, but it’s more fun to exit the museum and travel to the past to witness the full deployment sequence of each rover. The 3D models of the rovers are fully articulated and have been created faithful to the real ones. Once they are deployed, one may stay around to see how they move and explore the red planet’s surface. It’s cool, for example, to check out how Rosalind drills the surface or how Perseverance tests its tiny helicopter. Also, each instrument onboard the rovers has its own audioguide for the user to listen more about them. You are free to be curious, explore the rovers on your own and learn about what catches your attention. And once you are done, Mars is still surrounding you, waiting to be explored. Enjoy the views and relax or wander and look for dust devils and dust storms. It’s up to you!

What’s coming up next?

If everything works as planned, for the first complete version, we would like to include all the missions that have ever landed on Mars. This means adding the Pathfinder, Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity rovers as well as the two Viking landers. We are also working on including more present and past artificial satellites that orbit or have orbited around Mars. New features such as tasks and achievements will also be included to expand the playability of the experience and encourage users to keep finding more about Mars. Moreover, we are already working on a futuristic scenario that would picture a huge Martian landscape in 2050. The user would be able to exit the 2050 museum to explore the first Martian base and interact with it.

For the 2021 update, hopefully, Perseverance and Tianwen-1 will be already operating in the Martian surface. This means we will be able to recreate a realistic simulation of the actual landscapes that these rovers explore. Users could see in real-time what the rovers are doing, where are they doing it and what they achieve. That would truly be the ultimate experience!

“I’ve been exploring Mars for hours.

The landscapes are impressive.”

“I have two space fans at home

and they are loving it!”

“How cool!

I had no idea that’s how rovers land.”

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Updates of 10 of February 2021 before Perseverance landing!

  • Mars quality improved, now three qualities available (like trailer).
  • High-quality realistic Mars.
  • Added first achievements and missions to complete.
  • More information data from rovers.
  • More events.

Soon more updates! Thanks for trust us!

NEXT WEEKS IN MISSION: MARS VR

  • We will activate post-processing for better default quality
  • New achievements missions to complete.
  • More information and interaction.
  • Huoxing-1 landing sequence.
  • New orbit possibilities.
  • New Mars surface events.
  • An interactive future city of Mars with latest concept.
  • Friend Mars meeting point.
  • Real final landing places for Perseverance and Huoxing-1 when they are on the Mars surface.

MAKE THE GAME WITH US!

What do you want to be shown in the game? Now is a Beta but in a few weeks there will be more and more options.

Contact us for any new option, achievement, mission, scene, etc., you want in the experience.

 

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About Us

At SpaceRobotics.EU we love space, we love new technologies, and we love to share our knowledge and our passion for space sciences. That’s why we’ve created “Mission: Mars”, a VR environment simulating Mars’s surface.

We have a long experience in VR products and science popularization programs. Ever since Virtual Reality appeared on the markets we have been working with it and after many years we now have a leading VR department, a professional team of designers, engineers and programmers with long experience in this field, a group of experts capable of creating virtual environments, modelling any 3D object and designing complete experiences for any purpose. 

We ended 2019 with four top-selling experiences, a Lunar Roving Vehicle driving simulator (Apollo 17), an Apollo 11 immersion, and two hypothetical scenarios, a walk through the comet 67-P and another one through ESA’s Moon Village. For 2020 we are aiming even higher with our much better quality “Mission: Mars” scenario.  

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