Questrial is a mobile app designed for all ages and perfect for anyone that enjoys astronomy. Users
begin using Questrial by downloading the mobile app and connecting to a satellite owned by the Questrial company that circuits around space. Like the International Space Station’s satellite, it orbits the Earth every 90 minutes allowing users a continuously available live feed of space. However, unlike the ISS’s satellite, the Questrial satellite is
connected to a mobile app feed - one that’s specially designed by both designers and scientists. Users will
be able to use a beautiful feed from anywhere at anytime, and not just from their laptops and computers.
When using Questrial, users can learn information about space, physics, astronomy, amongst other things. Not only does the app function as something for curious minds, but also those serious to educate themselves on space. Science based technology has long suffered from poor design and purely technical intelligence, but the designers and scientists behind Questrial want to combine both aesthetic beauty and hardened science.
Similar to the International Space Station, the Questrial App provies feedback from it’s own telescope as it rotates outside of earth’s hemisphere. However, unlike the ISS feed, the Questrial App was created with not just science in mind but with a beautiful interface and user friendly platform. With the Questrial Application, users can connect to a satellite and plug into a real time, non-simulated feed of the Questrial Satellite and see what it’s capturing in outerspace at the time. The app will be a way to simultaneously both educate and entertain users.
The Questrial Mobile App was inspired by satellites and programs such as the International Space Station, which has connected hundreds of thousands of users to outerspace. Something that used to be so widely unknown, feared, or intangible, slowly became something of wonder and possibility as science grew to become what it is today. The Questrial App will soon be available for all users alike. Begin your journey with us by purchasing the app below.
Riley is a 7 year old child interested in studying astronomy - but she doesn’t know much. Her mother, a scientist, introduces her to a mobile app that helps connect her to outerspace and hopefully inspire her to learn more about the universe beyond earth. Once Riley downloads Questrial, she begins exploring outer space and learning facts about Mars, Jupiter, and on. The live feed allows Riley to explore new aspects and learn facts straight from her phone. Not only is Riley even more inspired to continue her study of astronomy, she also takes the app to her school to show her classmates.
Jack is a 23 year old astronomer who studies celestial objects in observational astronomy. He enjoys making direct observations of celestial bodies in order to analyze their science and data. He loves to spend his free time watching the International Space Station live feed, but can’t from his laptop at all times. When Jack hears about the Questrial app, he immediately downloads it onto his iPhone and begins watching the satellite’s feed from space, and knows he’s found a good tool to satisfy his interests. The live feed allows him to connect from anywhere, at anytime, from his mobile device.
HERE AT QUESTRIAL, OUR MISSION IS TO EDUCATE PEOPLE OF ALL AGES ON THE BEAUTY AND WONDER OF SPACE - ALL THE WHILE BEING ABLE TO CONNECT THEM TO REAL TIME AND ALLOW THEM TO WITNESS SOMETHING THAT WE'VE ONLY REALLY BEGUN TO UNDERSTAND. WE HOPE AND WOULD LOVE TO INSPIRE A NEW GENERATION OF ASTRONOMERS AND SCIENTISTS.
GRAPHIC DESIGNER | 23 | WESTMINSTER, CA
Joze is both a graphic designer and an enthusiastic lover of all things space. He created Questrial to expand on his love of both design and astronomy.
GRAPHIC DESIGNER | 23 | IRVINE, CA
Kathy Cheng joined the team at Questrial because of her love of the idea behind the app - connecting users to space through the use of UI, technology, and design.