What it’s like to be sucked into a black hole – without dying

What it’s like to be sucked into a black hole – without dying

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Barney Steel Marshmallow Laser Feast

A GLORIOUS simulation lets visitors experience what it might be like to be sucked into a black hole, but without becoming human spaghetti.

The Distortions in Spacetime simulation was created by Marshmallow Laser Feast. The aim, says Barney Steel from the design studio, is “to take people out of their bodies and put them in a space where they feel like they’re floating”.

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The installation’s 10-square-metre room feels like deep space thanks to its completely mirrored surfaces. The only light source is a panoramic screen, so when this is …

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