The World's Most Captivating Immersive Space Experience
INSPIRED BY NASA MISSIONS
EMBARK ON A JOURNEY TO SPACE
JOIN THE 300,000 VISITORS WHO HAVE ALREADY BEEN FASCINATED BY SPACE EXPLORERS: THE INFINITE!
Prepare yourself for a powerful immersive experience inspired by NASA missions aboard the International Space Station. On this unique journey, you will have access to never-seen-before 360-degree videos captured in space using advanced technology. Witness breathtaking views of Earth and gain a unique perspective into the daily life of astronauts through exclusive encounters with the international crew.
Now it's your turn to experience firsthand what life is like in orbit, without ever leaving the ground!
THE CRITICS RAVE
"It's going to leave you changed. I was literally crying, it's so immersive. and so absolutely beautiful.Learn More →
"I am in awe. I'm not even exaggerating. It is amazing!" "Life-changing. Do not miss it."Learn More →
"It's unbelievable. I was speechless. You feel like you are just perched atop the Space Station. You can see Earth right there, even inside the Space Station, you're hearing conversations that the astronauts are having. It's like a front row seat to something you never thought you would be able to do."
"I was sitting next to David St-Jacques, shoulder to shoulder."Learn More →
"What makes this odyssey so fantastic is that it strikes the perfect balance between documentary, visual dazzle, sensitivity and playfulness."Learn More →
"It's honestly one of the most amazing things you'll ever do in your life."
"The 45-minute or so experience left me tearful and in even more awe of astronauts."Learn More →
"[This] virtual reality space experience is so realistic it made astronauts cry."Learn More →
THE VISITOR REVIEWS
"This was one of the most amazing things we have ever done."
"A once in a lifetime experience."
"This was fabulous. You actually feel like you are walking in space."
"It was beyond incredible! I felt like I was actually flying on the Space Station with the astronauts. It was as if I actually got to go to space."