Vuze, the 360 VR camera from Humaneyes, has traveled to the International Space Station aboard the Cygnus spacecraft, the company has revealed.

The Cygnus cargo ship was launched by National Geographic and Orbital ATK and reached the ISS on Tuesday.

The Vuze will be used by Expedition 53 astronaut Paolo Nespoli of the European Space Agency, who will be capturing VR footage for a new National Geographic series called ‘one strange rock.’

Humaneyes says Nespoli will use the Vuze camera to create VR experiences of life on board the space station, allowing people on earth to join in the action and experience what it’s like to be in space through cinematic 360 VR.

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