The highlight of the exhibition is a multi-sensory installation, called ‘On Mars Today’. It is a large panorama of different Martian landscapes, with superimposed infographics. Real photographs from NASA’s Curiosity Rover are augmented with sound and visual effects. The floor resembles the surface of Mars and the room even has a specially created Martian smell. NorthernLight and Fabrique worked with Mars expert Prof. Sanjeev Gupta from Imperial College London, to make sure that all information is scientifically accurate. Other notable experiences in the exhibition are the entrance, featuring a soundtrack composed by Blur and an interactive wall, inviting visitors to answer the question: ‘Should we go to Mars or not?’. The exhibition also explores the fashion side of the journey. On display are high-fashion clothing items that the Martian pioneers might be wearing and visitors can try on the Raeburn designed clothing using material designed by NASA for space exploration. The exhibition is also appealing to children. A ‘Mars Mission’ takes children aged 8+ through a series of design briefs set by design and space specialists, including ESA astronaut Tim Peake.