Look up and find twinkling stars, planets painted with blacklight reactive neon paint and a space shuttle replica functioning as a lamp above the reception desk. The starry sky was created with fiber optic strands. A light shines through a rotating disk (which blocks or amplifies the light) which then continues through the fiber optic strands creating a twinkling night sky.
An interactive light game creates a cool, futuristic centerpiece as well as providing great entertainment for kids who can break the beams of colored light.
This amazing control panel, featuring working buttons, switches, toggles and gaming iPads, simulates a rocket launch. Playing with the panel activates authentic voice commands from NASA, a countdown to launch, and the final blast off. A ground-shaking subwoofer makes the blast off a truly immersive experience.
Visitors are greeted by an alien and astronaut on their way to board their shuttle. Impressive glowing red rocket boosters loom above. Murals span the walls, with buttons, toggles, knobs and warning lights.