On the occasion of Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary, we recreate this mission as a Virtual Reality experience.
SpaceRobotics goes all-in at ExpoAstronómica 2019.
Undergo a unique driving experience steering a lunar rover in our new Virtual Reality adventure “Apollo 17 VR”.
Back in 2017, our AR team designed and built a colour-changing interactive augmented reality sandbox and changed forever how we explain topography to children. Two years later, they have come back with Space Robotics’ “Augmented Reality Topography Sandbox 2.0”, a newer and improved versión of our original AR Sandbox.
A 3D-printed scaled model of ESA’s ESTRACK’s 35m antenna is requested to SpaceRobotics by ISDEFE for New Norcia’s DSA1 ground station.
We design and build a functional robotic scaled model of ESA’s ExoMars’ Rosalind Franklin rover.
Space Robotics was invited to the Insight presentation at the CAB and requested to provide TWINS scaled models.
The very same day NASA’s latest Mars Lander “InSight” successfully reached its deployment location, we were invited to a presentation of this mission at the CAB. A few weeks earlier, CAB had requested a few scaled models of TWINS, InSight’s onboard weather station which they had developed at Madrid; and we provided them on time, right before attending the presentation.
Between the 29th and the 31st October 2018, ESA’s latest open-to-the-public Space-Industry event took place in Bilbao (Spain). The “Space for Inspiration” international conferences, exhibitions and meetings presented a fresh view on the Space Industry to anyone (individuals or company’s representatives) interested in space exploration and in the new possibilities it offers.
Space Robotics original production “BepiColombo The Game” is already in the alpha test version and a public beta will hopefully be available for download in the following weeks. Join us in this adventure, learn more about this project and feel free to contact us if you want to get notified when the game is released.
Another summer begins and so does Summer Schools’ time! Once again we are in charge of designing, preparing, and coordinating all the activities for ESA‘s ESAC‘s annual Space Summer School. Over a hundred kids come to this daycamp every year looking up for fun and friends, but also hoping they will learn awesome new facts about space science and build some useful space-technology skills. Not to disappoint them, we must make a big effort and win a race against time creating devices, writing software and designing new activities for them. But with the latest technology at the service of education and scientific dissemination; and our professional team of physics, engineers, programmers, and educators; success is guaranteed.
We carry out many activities every day and by the end of the month we have accomplished more than a handful of them, so it would be preposterous to describe them all here. But we have intended to make a representative abstract of our achievements in the following lines.