With the talk about returning to the moon via SpaceX, NASA and Apollo 11 mission.
To remind us about just monumental the first landing what, The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation has launched an app that will allow users to recreate the historic flight and landing via augmented reality.
The app, which was released for both iPhones and Android devices gives the user the ability to go from the launch of the Saturn V rocket (which can be placed in your own back yard) and then simulate the over 100 hours of in-flight adjustments made over the course of five days.
Of course, users therefore get to experience AR version of the moon landing. And yes, tiny AR astronauts (Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin) step out and make an appearance.
The app experience is incredibly elaborate, mimicking the old school
Developed by Digitas, the app comes just in time for the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing, which took place on July 20, 1969, and comes just before the release of the [19459013