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Mars Longest and Heaviest Rover Is Assembled In AVR School Competition

By May 25, 2020 No Comments

The Mars rover was launched by an Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on November 26, 2011, and landed in Gale crater on Mars on August 6, 2012. Curiosity is about 3 metres (10 feet) long and weighs about 900 kg (2,000 pounds), which makes it the longest and heaviest rover on Mars.

EON is launching a competition to award academic institutions the Best AR/VR use in Education, Most Innovative Application in VR/AR in different categories (Vocational Training, Engineering, Science, Medical and Humanities).
Thanks to EON’s AVR Platform Teachers and Students can now assemble and explore Mars longest and heaviest rover as a part of EON’s AVR School Competitio, learning from home in VR.

For the full hands-on immersive learning experience please click here.Launch the link on your mobile device using Creator AVR if you want to experience it in life size augmented reality.