Ground control to Major Tom.
Houston, we don’t have a problem. From its obvious history, stellar observatory, intergalactic exhibits, and stunningly evocative sunset-gazing, Houston is known as Space City for a reason. Come December, the city will continue to live up to its name with the opening of Infinite, an immersive, NASA-inspired Virtual Reality exhibition. [Featured image: @jfsavaria]
Created by Felix & Paul Studios, PHI Studio, and in associated with Time Studios, Infinite is counting down to launch on December 20 at Sawyer Yards with an out-of-this-world visionary adventure.
The 12,500-square-foot experience will be divided into seven chapters that which include: a life-sized 3D model of the International Space Station; multi-sensory artistic reinterpretation of a lift off; an exclusive audiovisual installation from famed Japanese artist, Ryoji Ikeda; and an “infinity room” mimicking the journey through a wormhole.
Additionally, the exhibition will feature never-before-seen, astronaut-capture footage from Space Explorers: The ISS Experience, an Emmy Award-winning film producers by the same minds behind Infinite. It was also the largest production ever filmed in space.
The 60-minute, immersive VR and AR-based experience will take off in Houston on December 20 at Silver Street Studios in Sawyer Yards, running until February 20. Early bird tickets are presently on sale starting at $29 for adults and students above the age of 13, $14.50 for children between the ages of 8 and 12, $27.50 for seniors 65 and over, and $26 for military. Children below the age of 8 are not permitted.