Zero Gravity Lunar Library

A VR adventure to the Moon onboard a space shuttle version of Wakefield's Mobile Library Van

As part of Wakefield’s ‘Museum of the Moon’ exhibition by Luke Jerram in August/September 2019, we created an interactive Virtual Reality space adventure to the Moon. 

Category: Digital Arts   Client: Wakefield Council   Date: June to September 2019

Working with Wakefield Libraries, Zero Gravity Lunar Library is a memorable immersive experience set on-board a space-shuttle version of Wakefield’s mobile library van. The spectacular shuttle features books and book reviews contributed by library-goers based around the question “Which book would you take to the Moon?”.

It also showcases films from local people – including musician Bill Nelson and performance poet Toria Garbutt – about their relationship with the moon and uncovers what Wakefield was like in the year 1969 when Apollo 11 made its historic mission.

Photo Gallery – September 2019

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