VIDEO: KSC Visitor Complex ‘Holidays In Space’

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ABOVE VIDEO: Through Jan. 4, the Visitor Complex presents the new Holiday Rocket Garden Light Show featuring a choreographed light and music show, and a 3D projection mapping presentations shown on the side of the 223-foot-long Saturn 1B rocket.

BREVARD COUNTY • KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA – The KSC Visitor Complex presents ‘Holidays In Space’ as the complex is adorned for the holiday season with a stunning array of decorations including a 41-foot Christmas tree, a giant NASA “meatball” ornament, garlands, lights, ribbons, bows and more.

Through Jan. 4, the Visitor Complex presents the new Holiday Rocket Garden Light Show featuring a choreographed light and music show, and a 3D projection mapping presentations shown on the side of the 223-foot-long Saturn 1B rocket.

Also called spatial augmented reality, this technology is used to project images onto irregularly shaped objects, such as bridges, buildings, and now, a rocket.

ABOVE VIDEO: Through Jan. 4, the Visitor Complex presents the new Holiday Rocket Garden Light Show featuring a choreographed light and music show, and a 3D projection mapping presentations shown on the side of the 223-foot-long Saturn 1B rocket.

This remarkable presentation, a first at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, features custom animation blended with historic footage of actual launches and awe-inspiring views of Earth from the ISS.

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The show takes guests on a walk through NASA history, from our first launches to the moon, through the 30-year Space Shuttle Program and the assembly of the ISS, and onto the surface of Mars, thanks to actual images captured by NASA’s Curiosity and Opportunity robotic exploration rovers.

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