March 29, 2019
to-scale solar system model

AstroReality Landed at SETI with the First To-Scale Solar System

On March 28, 2019, AstroReality had the opportunity to visit SETI labs in the Bay Area, where we got to see our first to-scale solar system […]
March 10, 2019

AstroReality STEM: Earth Ed

AstroReality is very proud to announce our collaboration and partnership with Earth Ed, the leading Earth Science educational institution in Australia. The custom education project has exclusive features […]
March 3, 2019
explore planet earth with augmented reality app

EARTH Globe – Much Better with Augmented Reality 2.0

As the sages say, there’s no place like home. Even with all the challenges facing Earth, mankind continues to exhibit the same resolve and determination to […]
February 13, 2019

AR Space Mug: An Astronaut’s View for You

AstroReality’s first AR-enabled Space Mug is available now on Indiegogo! Imagine you are enjoying the best moment of your morning, take a sip and let your […]
February 8, 2019

How a View From Space Should Taste

Our ancestors would gaze up at the stars with wonder and curiosity. With each new generation pushing our limits further and putting together the pieces of […]
January 21, 2019

CES 2019: AstroReality in Spotlight

CES 2019 was a great experience for AstroReality. Many companies unveiled their latest products and visions for the future of technology. From foldable screens to Artificial […]
January 7, 2019

CES 2019: New Journey Begins

AstroReality booth is located at LVCC South Hall Booth #21420 from Jan 8 to 11 during CES 2019.   AstroReality has been focused on innovation since […]
December 6, 2018

LUNAR: Our Moon Uncovered

Although it’s been studied longer than nearly every other celestial body, our moon continues to generate questions, inspire artists, propel astronauts and engage students. Just fifty […]
November 27, 2018

Miniature Globes of Our Solar System

Do you know how big our solar system actually is?   It stretches some 122 astronomical units (AU) from the Sun. That’s 122 times further away […]