One of the main problems faced by astronauts during long-duration space missions is loneliness. Detachment from Earth, prolonged isolation, and the lack of real human interactions can have a significant impact on the mental and emotional health of space travelers. For years, S.P.A.C.E has been exploring innovative solutions to address this challenge.

One of the most promising prospects is the use of holograms. Unlike standard virtual interactions, which require the use of visors and can create a sense of psychological distance, holograms offer a more immersive and realistic three-dimensional experience.



For this reason, S.P.A.C.E has developed advanced holographic avatars, equipped with artificial intelligence. These avatars are capable of interacting with astronauts, providing a simulated but convincing presence. This technology offers a way for astronauts to feel less isolated and more connected to the world they have left behind, even while millions of kilometers away.

These holographic avatars can not only provide company but can also be used as educational tools or to simulate training scenarios. Artificial intelligence allows them to learn and adapt over time, offering increasingly realistic and useful interaction.

Holografic AI Assistant

The use of holograms is just one of the many ways S.P.A.C.E is trying to make life in space more sustainable and human. By continuing to innovate and develop new technologies, the goal is to make space exploration not only possible but also rewarding and meaningful.