This exhibit looks all kinds of amazing. From Space.com:
NASA has announced that the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Visitor Complex in Florida will host a new exhibit called “Destination: Mars” that will let visitors walk around on the Martian surface without ever leaving Earth. For the “mixed-reality” experience, visitors will don the HoloLens headset that shows realistic, 3D views of the Red Planet’s surface. To make the experience more realistic, visitors will wear the goggles while walking around in a physical space, to further create the illusion they are on Mars.
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