Mission Control is an interactive installation inspired by the Apollo-era NASA Mission Control room and designed to create an enjoyable way to explore the significant amount of data that exists throughout Major League Baseball. It was installed at the MLB Fan Cave in New York, NY.
The installation featured 24 displays representing each team/stadium. By default, a view of the field or a live stream of the game happening at that field would be on each display. The control panel featured 28 toggle switches which would display real-time or historical data for each team. The center panel also featured lights and dials displaying current activity or stats from a game or season.
At the center was a large display that also acted as a broadcasting station activated by a key switch.