Kennedy Space Center

Originally commissioned by NASA for the Apollo program, the 223-foot long Saturn 1B rocket located in the open air Rocket Garden was transformed into a giant projection surface comprising an eye-capturing 6,528 by 1,050-pixel image that used 80,000 lumens of projected light.  Visuals were accompanied by a dramatic musical score, actual launch audio, and other sound effects, in conjunction with a “Rocket Garden Light Show” that uses moveable lights to illuminate rockets throughout the Rocket Garden, complete the immersive sensory experience.  For the first time, the VIOSO calibration process was integrated into the show as projectors needed to be calibrated prior to the first presentation.  As the VIOSO calibration commenced, the audience believed that the rocket was being ‘scanned’ prior to launch of the holiday show. 

Place
Cape Canaveral, Florida USA

Software
Wings VIOSO

Date
December 2016

Hardware
Wings VIOSO Station

Client
Nasa Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex

Projectors

Partner
AV Matters, Ninjaneer Studios, Zanim8tion