"令人着迷 "和 "真的很酷 "似乎是人們的評價。IT工作者科里-塔布（Corey Tabb）告訴英國廣播公司（BBC）："看到它如何從宇宙的開始一直到現代，以及從我們還是穴居人開始，事情發生了怎樣的變化，真是令人驚訝。"
In newly released data, Unboxed says 2.8 million people attended live events in 107 places across the UK, 13.5 million have engaged with the projects online and on TV programmes including the BBC's Countryfile, and 1.7 million have taken part through school trips, lessons, competitions and other learning events.
The organisers argue that the projects were always intended to reach people not just in person but also more broadly. Green Space Dark Skies, for example, involved a series of films about the natural world which culminated in a BBC Countryfile special.
Combining compositions by Nitin Sawhney with poetry and multimedia, it tells the story of nearly 14 billion years of history from the Big Bang to the present day. About Us has previously been performed in Paisley, Derry-Londonderry, Caernarfon, Luton and Hull.
"Mesmerising," and "really cool" appeared to be the verdict. IT worker Corey Tabb told the BBC "it was amazing to see how it travels from the start of the universe all the way up to the modern day era and how things have changed since we were cavemen."
But with the NAO due to publish the findings of its investigation in the next few weeks, this isn't the last we'll hear about Unboxed.