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Over at HeroX, we celebrate world changing opportunities on a daily basis. Fall is just starting in our neck of the woods and with the change of season, we ask you to fall into changing the world through some of the incredible challenges we are serving up over the next few months.
Each year the XPRIZE Visioneers challenge puts out a call to the brightest industry disruptors and social advocates around the world. Will you answer?
The HeroX team is celebrating our 10 year anniversary! 10 years of incredible challenges, inspiring innovation, and enabling a global community of innovators to provide top notch solutions for our customer’s biggest challenges.
Get a direct view into the world of open innovation and crowdsourcing and its immense transformative power in driving innovation and solving complex challenges at large Federal organizations, such as NASA.
Virtual Reality has the highest projected potential for growth in the technology world given how it’s already impacting our lives and how it could be utilized in the future. This article summarizes why VR is the leading technology of the era.
For decades, humans have been captivated by the red planet and what it can teach us about our history and future. But getting to a planet deep in the solar system and safely home again is no easy feat. NASA is seeking the best and brightest minds to help them prepare test subjects for the journey.
Do you ever wonder how you prepare a person for an experience like no other? In recent years, Virtual Reality (VR) has become the leading training tool in many organizations. NASA has been using VR in training for decades but is looking to take it one step further with the NASA MarsXR Challenge.
In 2020 as part of the Centennial Challenges Program , NASA’s Watts on the Moon Challenge was announced on the HeroX website . The mission: to find…
Producing trash is inevitable, but the challenges of disposal become greater as space exploration moves into deep space. Long-term space travel requires that astronauts recycle their waste as much as possible and only jettison the trash out of an airlock when it is necessary.
Sending astronauts to Mars is hard to pull off, but not impossible. However, there are many challenges that need to be tackled in order to make a mission to Mars successful. This article highlights just three of the many considerations that need to be addressed in order to go deeper into space.