Recently Samsung launched a VR experience. Which is a 4D lunar experience? Named as ‘A Moon for All Mankind’ (AMFAM). Which is launched at the Samsung 837 in New York? It is a visual and physical VR experience. Made for people using Samsung Galaxy S9+ and the Gear V9. It creates a fictional moon mission to experience lunar gravity. Apparently, Samsung and NASA are working together on this to create VR Lunar experience.
Details About Collaboration
Samsung has collaborated with a team of NASA. Which is behind the Active Response Gravity Offload System (ARGOS). This is used to train astronauts, by creating a partial gravity environment. For Samsung, it helps them to create the experience more realistic. While anyone who is using the VR not just gets to see but also feel the experience. Thus making it almost real like experience to anyone.
Details of the VR Experience
As per reports, the ‘A Moon for All Mankind’ (AMFAM) VR experience. Is said to be a full space mission. Which would consist of the briefing, stepping in spacecraft? Wearing a space suit. Also, they would wear a VR headset to experience, the lunar mission. Which would be in gravity offload rig. People would be able to feel how is it like to walk on the moon.
When will it be Available to the public?
Well, if you are wondering when can you experience it. You don’t have to wait much longer. It is open for public starting today at the Samsung 837 in New York. Also, would stay open until the end of the year. Which gives a huge window for anyone who doesn’t want to miss the opportunity. Any consumers who want to experience this could go to www.837gearVR.com for scheduling missions and other additional information.
What do experts say?
Zach Overton who is VP of Consumer Experience & General Manager of Samsung 837 and Galaxy Studios.
Said that at Samsung, They are driven to push the boundaries of innovation and inspire consumers to do what they can’t.
They are proud to bring consumers the combination of our powerful mobile VR headset and their innovative work with NASA to launch this lunar experience and bring the sensation of walking on the Moon to live.