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Google Plans To Offer “Free Virtual Walk On Mars”

Google Plans To Offer "Free Virtual Walk On Mars"

Washington: Scientists and researchers have been searching life on “Mars planet”. Many theories and arguments made on the human existence possibilities on this “Red Planet.”  Still astronauts are trying to have faith of life there.

But if you get chance to take a walk on Mars and have living room there. What do you think? Yes, this is now being done by Google’s immersive experience initiative Access Mars.

Recently, Google Company has made collaboration with NASA to produce Access Mars planet. That lets people wander the actual dunes and valleys which is explored by Curiosity rover of NASA. Let me explain you that this experience is made with WebVR technology. This tech will let people to see virtual reality right in your browser.

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Google Plans To Offer "Free Virtual Walk On Mars"
Google Plans To Offer “Free Virtual Walk On Mars”

You can do it without installing any apps. You can attempt it on a following virtual reality like headset, phone, or laptop. This post is found on the blog of Ryan Burke late on Tuesday. Ryan who is an Interactive Producer at Creative Lab of Google.

The good thing is that this experience was adapted on Sight software of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Which assists scientists to plan rover drives and even conducting kind of meetings on Mars.

This is the imagery from curiosity rover of NASA provided this location. 

Google Plans To Offer "Free Virtual Walk On Mars"
Google Plans To Offer “Free Virtual Walk On Mars”

Victor Luo, the lead project manager at JPL operation lab said that “We have been able to leverage VR and AR technologies to take our scientists to Mars every single day. So everyone in the world can ride along too by accessing Mars.

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You will not believe, but it is fact that access Mars lets anyone with an internet connection take a guided tour exactly like what those scientists get experienced.

Google by taking responsibility says that JPL will properly and regularly update the data so users can see where Curiosity has just been in the past few days or weeks.

Burke also added, in this Mars virtual mission JPL scientist Katie Stack Morgan will work as your guide and explain key points about the rover, the mission, and some of the possible early findings. (From- IANS)

 

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