The '90s may've given us Blink 182 and stonewashed denim, but I very much doubt NASA will be reviving 1993's virtual reality system alongside those other comebacks, seen here modeled on a (presumably) taken-advantage-of intern.

According to the NASA page the VR system was found on, it was a prototype which used a head-mounted display, spatial trackers and gesture inputs, all to help "determine functionality of space and maintenance requirements for the virtual X-34." The X-34 was a low-cost reusable space vehicle which ended up covered in dust in one of their sheds when the project was canceled in 2001 due to cost issues. [NASA via Ffffound via Engadget]