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Category "Planetariums"


See you at AAS!

We’ll be in Booth 109 at the American Astronomical Society Annual Meeting, January 4-8 in Kissimee, FL. Stop by and check out our full range of software platforms for interactive space exploration.

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The All-Seeing Eye — Technology Edition

Immersion and virtual reality are at the forefront of media and technology today. Read about our continuing innovations in November’s newsletter.

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The All-Seeing Eye — Science Edition

We were at ASTC last week, featuring one of our digital video globes with the full complement of Elumenati interactive software ~ See what else we’ve been up to in October’s newsletter.

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OmniFocus 4K laser projection at SEPA

OmniFocus lenses will light up both the planetarium dome – with our new 4K projection system – and the Elumenati digital video globe in our booth at SEPA, June 23-27.

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The All-Seeing Eye: Elumenati 2013 Wrap-up Newsletter

Here’s hoping 2013 was as good a year for you as it was for us!

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The Worldviews Network at AMNH: “Earth, Migrations, and the Human Effect”

Immersively explore the patterns of life on Earth in AMNH’s Hayden Planetarium, December 18 at 7pm.

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Lighting it up at GLPA with Eyes on the Solar System

At GLPA, we’re lighting a sphere in our booth and then a 9m planetarium with the same Omnifocus 200 series projection system. We’re launching our dome-enabled version of NASA JPL’s Eyes on the Solar System.

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Moorhead Planetarium joins the GeoDome network

We updated Moorhead’s existing planetarium with a GeoDome Evolver, featuring Uniview and our WUXGA 200 Series projector.

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Worldviews Network premiere event

This sold out event marked the first of the Worldviews Network’s regional dialogues about ecological issues using immersive visualizations.

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GeoDome Network Brings Innovative Science Education to Minnesota

The Minnesota GeoDome pilot program’s success in advancing science curriculum through innovative planetarium programs has been recognized by the MN School Boards Association. The GeoDome Evolver systems at Mayo High School, Mankato East High School, and St Paul Public Schools’ Como Planetarium all use The Elumenati’s OmniFocus projectors and Uniview data visualization software. All three […]

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