Everyone knows those famous words, "Houston, we have a problem!"
Only, there's no problem - just a bright, sunshiny, humid-free kind of day. That can be a bit of a rarity in Houston, so the Houston I'm referring to may be computer generated. In fact, according to the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the Houston I'm talking about is the "most intricate projection mapping project ever created."
Located in the new Wiess Energy Hall, the city comes to life in artistic fashion to explore how today's cities are powered by various energy sources - including geothermal power, wind power, nuclear, and solar power,
to name a few.
The fourth largest city in the US comes to life capturing the adventuresome and entrepreneurial spirit of Houston's history. There may or may not be T-Rex appearances, UFO abductions, and other small surprises.
But don't take my word for it. Check it out for yourself!