Launch360 aims to spread the excitement of space exploration to everyone, everywhere in the world through unique VR experiences!
In early-2018, three engineering students at the University of South Florida came together with a shared goal: allowing everyone, everywhere around the world to experience the excitement of spaceflight firsthand without actually being there through the use of rapidly-advancing VR technology. They created Launch360 and quickly made major strides toward that goal, filming multiple rocket launches with their custom-built VR filming setup, VRAV.
Space Coast Launch Ambassadors (SCLA)
SCLA was formed in 2019 to share the passion of spaceflight through the deployment of volunteer ambassadors to launch viewing sites throughout the Space Coast. With a shared goal of spreading the excitement of spaceflight, we’re proud to be working with SCLA!
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Do we hire?
No, we do not hire.
Do we sell MERCHANDISE?
Yes! We now sell merchandise through Teespring! You can check out our storefront by clicking here! We will be adding more Launch360 swag in the near future.
donations + Patreon support
We are now accepting donations via PayPal! We don’t currently have a Patreon set up yet, but we are planning on opening one sometime later this year.
Launch360 monetization policy
We have not, and never will, monetize any of our VR content, no matter how large our following becomes.
space Launch schedule
We have multiple inside sources that inform us of any launch schedule changes and frequently check multiple launch calendars made by our colleagues. Launch360 is not responsible for the development and/or launching of these spacecraft and have no control over the date, time, or frequency of the launches. View launches at your own risk, Launch360 is not responsible for any financial loss or bodily injury that may occur. Launch dates and times are always subject to change!
“The only time you know for sure that a rocket is going to launch is after it clears the tower.”
a fun way to inspire the next generation
We highly encourage parents to bring their children to launches! All spaceflight events are kid-friendly, just make sure to bring adequate ear protection for the young ones! Rocket launches are perhaps the most exciting way to get children interested in STEM fields and spaceflight! Humanity’s future rests on their shoulders! We plan to release a launch viewing guide and information booklet specifically for children sometime in the near future!
Our content policy
All of our content is profanity-free and kid-friendly. None of our content may be downloaded, redistributed, or sold without our permission. Any third-party content we use will be properly cited and credited in our YouTube description and/or directly underneath the content.