Wii in Zero-G
-To all the folks at NASA for the amazing private tours
-To the Zero-G team and the MUERP program To all the folks who donated money for this project through GoFundMe
-To Dean Woo at CPP for his support and helping to find money as well To Sarah Quasny at JSC for picking us/ supporting us and playing with us!
-We had a great time
Now go to our blog and check it out (make sure to watch the amazing videos
5 Cal Poly Pomona Architecture students have been selected to participate in the NASA's 2013 MUREP Education Flight Program. Their proposal for NASA was selected to carry out research on playing video games in space. the students (Martin Saet, Garrett Sanne, Brice Colton, Andrew Cartwright and Brianna Wiley) are planning and carrying out their own research project and all they need is some funds for the project itself and the travel to Houston in November. The zero-g flight and training are all paid for by NASA. Please help support this tremendous and once-in-a-lifetime experience for these students. For more info on the program see the Microgravity University website http://microgravityuniversity.jsc.nasa.gov/
This is a challenge for anyone who wants to be a part of giving the next generation the opportunity to be ongoing learners, to challenge them to explore in ways that few have experienced, and from that to find the courage to dare to take on the unknown that is yet to be discovered - "Go Cal Poly Pomona"
Our grand daughter Brianna has been chosen to attend. Now to raise the funds to send them. Can you help?